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- n. A bronze coin minted during the Roman Republic valued at 4 unciae.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A Roman copper coin, equal to one third of the as. See 3d as, 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A copper coin of the ancient Roman republic, the third part of the as; also, a gold coin of the Roman empire, the third part of the solidus. See as and solidus.
- n. In law, a third part; also, dower.
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Then the merchants grievously robbed the people, so that a bushel of corn or half a measure of wine was hardly sold for a triens.
From the heads of the eagles the bottome or foote of the vessell did ascend vp one triens, and a border going about the thicknes of a hand, from which border to the beginning of the belly of the vessel, and to the bottome of the foote with this hand breadth, was a foote and a halfe.
Comprobaiłt id etiam ejui gefta, inter olis toCorz maririmc panes feu littora ad ąvx in mari natiinia & fluitaiitia ulp«lluntur, qvx cathedra fubjecit, qvalia fueruiiC in Birgnik triens eccepto dodrante; in Knararnefe 6c Thraungyabas, qvBdi'fliici in Ktoflhefi Si MunadtnieC, beflii; in Ofeigcfyrde, ttieni, ut & qyxdvn in litton Ruifiordenfl.
"Dicat films Albini: si de quincunce remota est uncia, quid superat? poteras dixisse." "triens." "eu! rem poteris servare tuam." [