Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A papal silver coin, one tenth of a scudo: apparently so called from Pope Julius II.
“The giulio was a silver coin worth 56 Italian centimes.”
“The giulio was a coin of 56 Italian centimes or 8 Tuscan crazie, which in Florence was also called barile or gabellotto, because the sum had to be paid as duty on a barrel of wine.”
“The 'giulio' was a silver coin worth 56 Italian centimes.”
“The 'giulio' was a coin of 56 Italian centimes or 8 Tuscan”
“A grosso, introduced in 1736, was equal to half a giulio (25 baiocchi); there were also the mezzogrosso, and the testone = 30 giulii.”
“The fractional silver coins were the half scudo, and the giulio, called also paolo, which was equal to 0·1 seudi.”
“The churches of Cremona, Mantua, and Milan are filled with his frescoes; and Saint Margaret's, in his native town, is a giulio Campi gallery.”
“I then made dies for a giulio;  it had San Giovanni in profile, seated with a book in his hand, finer in my judgment than anything which I had done; and on the other side were the armorial bearings of Duke Alessandro.”
“The good Federigo dismissed them with a last effort and new invention of charity; to every countryman who presented himself at the archiepiscopal palace, he gave a giulio, 3 and a reaping sickle.”
“When I was aware of this, I dismounted from my horse Tornon, saddled one of the beasts with my pad and stirrups, and gave a giulio to the groom in waiting.”
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