A.three-obol-piece, half-drachma, “οὐκ ἄξιος τριωβόλου” Nicopho 12, cf. Ar.Pl.125; “ὀψωνεῖν μέχρι τριωβόλου” Eub.88, etc.—At Athens, this was
2. pay given to the members of the ἐκκλησία whenever they chose to attend, first given about 392 B.C., Id.Ec.292,308.
4. a tax paid by μέτοικοι (or perh. by freedment who became such), Men.35.
II. a weight of three obols, Sor.1.63.