Mancus (vel mancosus) est nummus aureus europaeus mediaevalis, aut quatuor et quartus grammata auri, aut summus triginta denarii. [1][2]

Mancus Æthelredi secundi, Angliae regis, 1003-1006
Mancosus aragonensis

NotaeRecensere

  1. Medieval European Coinage, with a catalogue of the coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. The early Middle Ages (5th - 10th centuries); Philip Grierson and Mark Blackburn (2007), p. 327 liber apud books.google.com
  2. "nime man twentig hund mancusa goldes and gemynetige to mancusan"--Testamentum regis Edredi (ob. 955)
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