diobol

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English[edit]

A diobol, from about 280-275 BCE

Etymology[edit]

di- +‎ obol

Noun[edit]

diobol (plural diobols)

  1. An ancient coin worth two obols.
    • 2007, Wayne Sayles, Ancient Coin Collecting II: Numismatic Art of the Greek World, page 80:
      In December, 1988, a group of debased silver diobols, of the types found at the Black Sea settlements of Mesembria and Apollonia Pontika, appeared in the ancient coin market.

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