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  • n. Plural form of siliqua.


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  • If a free man be caught thieving, up to the amount of 20 siliquae, beans, _i. e._ one gold piece -- though Pope Gregory makes the solidus

    Roman and the Teuton

  • (aureus) 24 siliquae -- he replaces the theft, and pays 80 solidi, or dies; and a slave one half, or dies.

    Roman and the Teuton


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