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  • n. Alternative form of tetradrachm.

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Examples

  • Garcia pulled a tetradrachma coin from his pocket and flipped it to illustrate.

    The Lensman's Children

  • He dropped a silver tetradrachma into her outstretched palm.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • The Greek letters XP combined in a monogram occur on pre-Christian coins (e.g. the Attic tetradrachma and some coins of the Ptolemies), and in some Greek manuscripts of the Christian period they are employed as an abbreviation of such words as (see Greek words 2, 3, 4).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • - Qooeirca adfirmave non dilbi* tat aot tetradrachma Alexandri lff« poat hojos morlem » ot Tiaom Pelle* rinio, cosa.

    Doctrina numorum veterum

  • Neqne aKam poto eaasaite teooria aeq otr bilis, qoem Tidemna in moneta Tieifiap rnm nijrici nrbiom Dyrrhachii et Apolr loniae, aat etiam triam Cretae uiliiiim CyddniaOi Gortjnae, Hierapytnae,: fiae tetradrachma ad modnm monetae Atti - cae peniius - conformaTOre,. at ainara alia et obria exempla taceam.

    Doctrina numorum veterum

  • Bomani Morellins in numis Augusti tabu - lertia conquisivit Neumannus noster ') * Ex - la tota XXXII., commatis exteiiii v.g. hibuit PelieriDius denarium gentis Plaii - tetradrachma Sidetum.

    Doctrina nvmorvm vetervm conscripta a Josepho Eckhel ..

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