miliarensis

noun mil·ia·ren·sis \ ˌmilyəˈren(t)sə̇s \
variants: or miliarense

Definition of miliarensis

plural miliarenses \-(t)ˌsēz\
:a Byzantine silver coin that was introduced in the 4th century by Constantine the Great equal to ¹/₁₀₀₀ pound or ¹/₁₄ solidus or after the reign of Justinian I (mid 6th century) equal to ¹/₁₂ solidus

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Origin and Etymology of miliarensis

Late Latin, from Latin mille thousand


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