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" Persia, stamped on one side with the figure of an archer crowned and kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with a sort of quadrata incusa or deep cleft. "
A SCHOOL DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES - Page 110
by WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D. - 1851
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 8

1837
...which U the only authority.) [See BROWNE.] DARPC (Aaptirdc, Daricus), a Persian coin of pure gold, stamped on one side with the figure of an archer crowned, and kneeling upon one knee, upon the other with a sort of quadrata incusa, or deep cleft. Harpocration (in voc. AaoHjroi) ascribes...
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The Anabasis of Xenophon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf; with ...

Xenophon - Greece - 1844 - 368 pages
...Saqtixoi/;. The daric was a Persian gold coin, " stamped on one side with the figure of a crowned archer kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with a sort of qvadrita incusa or deep cleft." It is supposed by some to have received its name from Darius Hystaspis....
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Sir William Smith, Charles Anthon - Classical dictionaries - 1843 - 1116 pages
...of In oscorides. the Ruscus Raccmosut.* DARE ACTIO'NEM. (Vid. ACTIO, p. 18.) DARI'CUS (dapeiitof), a gold coin of Persia, stamped on one side with the...other with a sort of quadrata incusa or deep cleft. The origin of this coin is doubtful. We know from Herodotus' that Darius reformed the Persian currency,...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1846 - 373 pages
...branches (Sdfyvai) which were carried by those who took part in its celebration. DAREICUS (dapeiicof), a gold coin of Persia, stamped on one side with the...Dareius, king of Persia. It is equal to about 11. Is, lOd. 1.70 farthings. Punic iu. DECEMVIRI. DAY. [DIES.] DEBTOR. [NEXUM.] DECE'MPEDA, a pole ten feet...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1847 - 1116 pages
...1)¡oscorides, the Ruscus Raccmosu*.' DARE ACTIO'NEM. { Vid. ACTIO, p. 18.) DARI'CUS (ôopeiKaç), a gold coin of Persia, stamped on one side with the...on the other with a sort of quadrata incusa or deep clilt The origin of this coin is doubtful. We know from Herodotus5 that Darius reformed the Persian...
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The Anabasis of Xenofon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf ; with ...

Xenophon, John Jason Owen - 1847 - 375 pages
...Sacetxoit. The daric was a Persian gold coin, " stamped on one side with the figure of a crowned archer kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with a sort of quadrita incusa or deep cleft." It is supposed by some to have received its name from Darius Hystaspis....
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A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities, ed. by W. Smith

Greek antiquities - 1848
...•/•ciico'f), or, to give the name in full, ffTarty SopciKo1;, the stater of Dartiia (Tbuc. viii. 28), was a gold coin of Persia, stamped on one side with the...and kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with « 3«4 rat of qmdrata incusa or deep cleft. We know fan Herodotus (jr. 1 66) that Dareius, the son...
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The Law Lexicon, Or Dictionary of Jurisprudence: Explaining All the ...

John Jane Smith Wharton - Law - 1848 - 707 pages
...we have «sy knowledge, is the Persian gold coin, ivied the daric, íaptutói, stamped on one «i» with the figure of an archer, crowned and kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with a sort of cuádrala incusa, or deep cleft. Genesius (Heb. Lexicon) suppose! the name to be derived from an ancient...
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The Anabasis of Xenophon, with Engl. notes, by C. Anthon

Xenophon (of Athens.) - 1848
...Ten thousand Darics." About ¿£10,935 of our currency. The Daric was a Persian coin of pure gold, stamped on one side with the figure of an archer, crowned and kneeling on one knee, and on the other side with a sort of guadrata incusa, or deep cleft, as in the following...
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The Anabasis of Xenophon: Chiefly According to the Text of L. Dindorf, with ...

Xenophon - Greek language - 1849 - 375 pages
...Sagtixoic. The daric was a Persian gold coin, "stamped on one side with the figure of a crowned archer kneeling upon one knee, and on the other with a sort of quadrita incusa or deep cleft." It is supposed by some to have' received its name from Darius Hystaspis....
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