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The main Roman currency consisted of coins including
the aureus (gold), the denarius (silver), the sestertius (bronze), the
dupondius (bronze), and the as (copper).
During the third century, the denarius was replaced by the double denarius,
known as the antoninianus or radiate, which was then itself replaced by the
argenteus (silver) and the follis (silvered bronze). After the reforms Roman
coinage consisted mainly of the gold solidus and small bronze denominations.
Early Republic Values
Denarius , Sestertius, Dupondius, As, Semis, Triens, Quadrans, Quincunx
Augustan Values (27 B.C. 14 A.D.)
Aureus, Quinarius, Aureus, Denarius, Quinarius, Sestertius, Dupondius, As
Diocletian Values (301 305 A.D.)
Solidus, Argenteus, Nummus, Radiate, Laureate ,(coin) Denarius ,
Late Empire Coin Values (337 476 A.D.)
Solidus, Miliarense, Siliqua, Follis, Nummus