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75 U.S. pounds
One of the common Biblical weights that is also used for money (Exodus 38:24 - 29, 1Kings 9:14, Matthew 18:24, Revelation 16:21).
One of the common weights that is also used as a measure of currency (Ezra 2:69, Ezekiel 45:12).
Used as a measure of weight and money (Genesis 23:15 - 16, Exodus 21:32, 30:13, Ezekiel 45:12).
|Gerah|| 1/20th of a Shekel
One of the common weights used. Used also as a sum of money. It is the smallest weight and smallest piece of money used among Hebrews (Leviticus 27:25, Numbers 3:47).
A bekan, is an ancient units of mass and weight equal to half a shekel.
A tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, four drachmae) is an Ancient Greek unit of weight and currency equivalent to 15—17 grams.
A didrachm (Greek: δίδραχμον, two drachmae) is an Ancient Greek unit of weight and currency equivalent to 7—9 grams.
A drachma (Greek: δραχμή) is an Ancient Greek unit of weight and currency equivalent to approximately 4 grams.
A denarius was a unit of mass and weight and a small silver coin in the Roman currency system. It was the most common coin produced for circulation. It was equivalent to 3.0—4.5 g
An as (plural asses), also assarius or assarion was a bronze, and later copper, coin used during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. As many other ancient coins, the asses was also used as a unit of mass and weight.
A quadrans (meaning “a quarter”) was a low-value Roman bronze coin worth one quarter of an as. As many other ancient coins, the quadrans was also used as a unit of mass and weight.
A lepton (Greek: Λεπτόν pl. Λεπτά) is the name of various fractional units of currency used in the Greek-speaking world from antiquity until today. As many other ancient coins, the lepton was also used as a unit of mass and weight.
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