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  • Easy Reference Index of Facing Head Drachms. Index of Early Facing Head Drachms Middle Facing Head Drachms. Index of Late Facing Head Drachms. Index of. — “The Facing Head Coins of Larissa”,
  • Definition of drachms in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of drachms. Pronunciation of drachms. Translations of drachms. drachms synonyms, drachms antonyms. Information about drachms in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “drachms - definition of drachms by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Adam Clarke Commentary on For the Alexandrian talent contained 12,000 Attic drachms; and 12,000 Attic drachms, according to the Jewish valuation, being 12,000 of our nine-pences, they amount to 450 pounds of sterling money, which is the same in value as the Mosaic talent. — “Exodus - Chapter 38 - Adam Clarke Commentary on ”,
  • Greek and Roman drachm are related by the approximate ratio 32 : 25. the Sassanian drachm, which is itself based on the Roman dram/drachm. — “Dram (unit) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Definition of drachms in the Medical Dictionary. drachms explanation. Information about drachms in Free online English dictionary. What is drachms? Meaning of drachms medical term. What does drachms mean?. — “drachms - definition of drachms in the Medical dictionary”, medical-
  • The minim, scruple and fluid drachm (or dram, particularly in the US) were units of 8 fluid drachms equals one fluid ounce. 20 fluid ounces equals one. — “Quezi " What were grains, minims, scruples and drachms (or drams)?”,
  • Numismatic and coin index to rare coin dealers, coin shows, coin auctions, numismatic products and services, numismatic resources, and more. — “CoinLink”,
  • Parthian Coins: Identifying Look-alike Drachms Later Parthian Drachms with No Beard/Light Beard. Identifying Look-alike Parthian Drachms. The drachms of Pacorus II on which he is wearing a diadem are differentiated by presence or absence of a beard. Where present, the beard is very short. — “Later Parthian Drachms with No Beard/Light Beard”,
  • The ancient Greek city-state of Apollonia Pontika struck coinage bearing the image of the gorgon and the god Apollo. The Gorgon Drachms. The drachms of Apollonia Pontika are dated by SNG Black Sea to the later 5th century BC through the 4th century. — “Apollo or Gorgon? (the coins of Apollonia Pontika)”,
  • drachms. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search This page was last modified on 15 October 2010, at 19:18. Text is available under the. — “drachms - Wiktionary”,
  • This paper deals with close relationship between Georgia and the Sasanian Iran based on numismatic evidences. All Sasanian coin hoards found in Georgia consist of drachms. In the light of the latest researches, it became possible to re-establish. — “Recent Sasanian Coin Findings on the Territory of Georgia”,
  • Ancient Persia - Fire Worshipper Coins Authentic~Shop : Ancient Persia - Fire Worshipper Coins, Here are some Sassanian silver drachms depicting the bust of the King in a winged crown. The reverse shows two attendants at the altar of Zoroaster. — “Ancient Persia - Fire Worshipper Coins”,
  • Drachms (apothecary) Scruples. 3. Drachms (fluid) Cubic Centimeters. 3.55163. Drachms (fluid) Drachms (fluid) Minims (US) 60. Drachms (fluid) Milliliters. 3.55163. Drams (apothecary or. — “Conversion Factors”,
  • No smaller denominations (half drachms or bronze issues) of the two Illyrian cities Apollonia and Dyrrhachium produced a long series of uniform drachms obviously for. — “XIV International Economic History Congress, Helsinki 2006”,
  • Definition of Rottes with photos and pictures, translations, sample usage, and additional links for more information. drachms make an ounce ; the rotte is twelve ounces ; the oque is three rottes, or four hundred drachms ; and the cantar is an. — “Rottes: Definition with Rottes Pictures and Photos”,
  • Medicated Syrups. Syrup is a concentrated solution of sugar in watery fluids. If made with pure water, it is termed syrup or simple syrup. Where the with 5 drachms of the water in a glass mortar, dissolve the strychnia and quinia in the acid, previously mixed with the remaining 2 drachms of water;. — “Medicated Syrups”,
  • Drachms' definition, a dram in apothecaries' and troy weights, and sometimes in avoirdupois weights. See more. — “Drachms' | Define Drachms' at ”,
  • Preparation.—Take of extracts of boneset, mandrake, and ginseng, each, 2 drachms; aloes, in powder, 8 drachms; gamboge, castile soap, of each, in powder, 4 drachms; capsicum and lobelia seed, of each, in powder, 1 drachm; oil of cloves, 2 minims. — “Pilulae Aloes, Pilulae Aloes Compositae, Pilulae Aloes Et”,
  • Free access to the full text of Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management - drachms of bruised ginger and coriander-seeds, for several hours in a pint of boiling water, straining the liquor, and adding. — “Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management - CHAPTER 43 - THE”,
  • The dose would be about one or two drachms ( 4-8 cc. ) but it is rarely used except in the effervescent form (see below). SAL The dose is from one to two drachms (4 - 8 Gm,) SAL KISSINGENSE FACTITIUM. N.F. Artificial Kissingen Salt. — “NF_USD_S”,


  • Lemon.wmv Fresh juice (for rheumatism), 4 to 6 fluid ounces. Oil, BP, 3 to 5 minims. Juice, BP, 1/2 to 4 drachms. Tincture, BP and USP, 1/2 to 1 drachm. Syrup, BP, 1/2 to 4 drachms.
  • Rare 2200-Year-Old Gold Coin Found in Israel A rare gold coin dating back 2200 years was discovered by a combined university research team in Israel, a top Israeli antiquities official said Thursday. Dr. Donald T. Ariel, head of the Coin Department of the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), said the coin ranked in the top five of the rarest finds in that country's history. "Intrinsically, for coin research, it's a very exciting find," Ariel told CNN. "This is an amazing numismatic find. The coin is beautiful and in excellent preservation. It is the heaviest gold coin with the highest contemporary value of any coin ever found in an excavation in Israel." Ariel said the coin weighs almost one ounce (27.71 grams), while most ancient gold coins weighed about 4.5 grams. It was minted in Alexandria, Egypt, by Ptolemy V and dates to 191 BCE. It is only the second gold Ptolemaic coin ever found in Israel. The obverse, or 'head' of the coin, portrays Queen Arsinoe II Philadelphus. The reverse, or 'tail,' illustrates two "overlapping cornucopias decorated with fillets," according to the IAA. In the parlance of antiquities experts, the coin's denomination is referred to as a "mnaieion," meaning a one-mina coin, and is equivalent to 100 silver drachms, or a mina of silver. The meaning of the word Philadelphus is "brotherly love" and in this context relates to the fact that Queen Arsinoe II Philadelphus was married to her brother, Ptolemy II, who was her second husband. She was first married at age 15 to Lysimachus, king of ...
  • polyjuice potion Ingredients: 12 lacewing flies that have been stewed for 21 days, 1 ounce of crude antimony, 4 leeches that have been "unsucculated" (meaning their suckers have been removed), 16 scruples of fluxweed that was picked at full moon, 3 drachms of pulverised sal ammoniac, pulverised blades of knotgrass, 1 pinch of powdered horn of a bicorn that has been "lunar extracted" (meaning that, like the fluxweed, its collection time coincided with certain lunar conditions), filings and rasplings of saltpeter, mercury and mars, shredded dried skin of a boomslang, pewter standard size 2 cauldron to brew the potion. Note: Extract of The-Transfigured-Being-To-Be not included. Effect: Allows a human drinker to assume the form of another person.