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δι?́δραχμ-ος , ον,
A.priced at two drachms, Arist.Oec.1353a17; δ. ὁπλῖται soldiers with pay of two drachms a day, Th.3.[17].
II. weighing two drachms,ὁλκήEudem. ap. Gal.14.185.
III. δ. τόκος interest at two drachms per mina per month (24%), IG5(1).1146.38 (Gythium, i B. C.), BGU 1126.17 (i B. C.).
IV. δίδραχμον, τό, coin of two drachms, IG12.79, Arist.Ath.10.7, etc.: esp. half-shekel, paid to the temple-treasury at Jerusalem, LXXNu.3.47, al. (freq. with v. l. δίδραγμον, q. v.), Ev.Matt.17.24.
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    • Thucydides, Histories, 3
    • New Testament, Matthew, 17.24
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