• Definition for "mancus"
    • A gold coin utilized in Medieval Europe
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mancus definition

  • noun:
    • A gold coin utilized in Medieval Europe
    • An equivalent product of monetary account
    • An old Anglo-Saxon money each of gold-and-silver, as well as variously predicted values. The silver mancus ended up being corresponding to about one shilling of modern-day English cash.
    • An Anglo-Saxon money of account utilized in England through the ninth century forward. It had been comparable to 30 pence, or one 8th associated with pound.
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