A History of Money in Ancient Countries from the Earliest Times to the Present

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2004 - History - 392 pages
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1885. Contents: Supply of Materials Suitable for Money, and Development of Coinage and Printing; China; Japan; India, Prior to Alexander the Great; India, from Alexander the Great to the Mahomedan Conquest; India, Since the Mahomedan Conquest; Ariana, Bactria, Caubul, and Afghanistan; Egypt; Persia, Assyria, Babylon, and Palestine; Aboriginal Europe; Greece and Greek Colonies; Carthage; Etruria; Rome Generally; Earliest Monetary Systems of Rome; The Servian System; The Republican System; Rise of the Roman Commonwealth; The Patrician System; First Punic War System; Decay of the Commonwealth; The Scipion System; Agrarian and Social War Systems; Julian System; Augustan System; From the Augustan Era to the Dark Ages; Ancient Generic Terms for Money; and Conception of Money by the Ancients.

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