On Apr 13, 2009, at 12◊44 PM, Damien Perrotin wrote:

> Well, Gutisc is an Alternate History language, so the monetary  
> system is
> derived from the roman one - like everybody elses's in Europe.
> Money is said 'silever', which is also the name for silver.
> There are two monetary units : soled (from Latin Solidus) and dener
> (from Latin denarius). A soled was once worth 12 deners (gutisc form
> denres) but since the decimal reform it is worth 100 deners.

Just out of curiosity, since you seem to know quite a bit about
this, when did the Roman system develop?  Did it exist in any
form before the empire, or was it an invention of the empire?

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