Denarius Sign.svg
𐆖 U+10196, 𐆖
ROMAN DENARIUS SIGN
𐆕
[U+10195]
Ancient Symbols 𐆗
[U+10197]

LatinEdit

DescriptionEdit

An X-shape with one horizontal line crossing it completely.

SymbolEdit

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𐆖 (historical)

  1. The symbol for the denarius.
    • 3rd century, altar (image).
      L(ucius) BLA(esius?) IVNIVS CORNVTVS / MAGISTER·COLL(egii) DENDRO / PHORORVM ARAM ET PAVI / MENTVM SCHOLAE ET PRO / NAVI·DE SVO·FECIT / ET SPORTVLAS DEDIT·SING(ulis)· / DENDROPHORIS 𐆖 (denarios) SINGVLOS / ET VINVM·PASSIM·DIVISIT
      Lucius Blaesius Iunius Cornutus, president of the college of dendrophores, made the altar and the pavement of the schola and the vestibule, at his expense. He gave sportulae to each, one denarius to each dendrophore and he distributed wine around.

See alsoEdit

  • 𐆚 (the symbol for the as)

Further readingEdit

  denarius on Wikipedia.Wikipedia