“Roman government, is apparent from the specification of the "didrachma," which in the authorized version is translated "tribute.”
“In Matt. 17: 24-27 the word denotes the temple rate (the "didrachma," the "half-shekel," as rendered by the”
“[They that receive the (didrachma) tribute-money.]”
“And when they were come to Capharnaum, they that received the didrachmas, came to Peter, and said to him: Doth not your master pay the didrachma?”
“The Transfiguration of Christ: He cures the lunatic child: foretells his passion; and pays the didrachma.”
“A didrachma was half a sicle, or half a stater; that is, about 15d.”
“Finally, the prophetic element of the fortunes of the individual and of the Church is shown in the miracles of stilling the tempest, of Christ on the waters, of the draught of fishes, of the didrachma and the barren fig tree.”
“The Jews of the Diaspora paid a temple tax, a kind of Peter's-pence; a didrachma being required from every male adult.”
“On his return to Capernaum the collectors of the temple tax (a didrachma, half a sacred shekel), which every Israelite of twenty years old and upwards had to pay (Ex. 30: 15), came to”
“A tax levied by the political powers would not be designated as the didrachma.”
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Terms from the Standard Cipher Code of the American Railway Association, 1906. The terms were shorthand for common phrases used in telegraphic communications between station agents and Railway Asso...
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