Sestertius

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A sestertius from Titus, first century AD.

A Sestertius (sometimes called sesterce in English was an Ancient Roman coin. It was frequently used in trade. Its value was two and a half asses, another Roman coin. Four sestertii (or setercves) were worth a denarius, another oin worth ten Asses.