What is DENARIUS DEI?

(Lat “God’s penny.”) Earnest money; money given as a token of thecompletion of a bargain. It differs from arrliw in this: that arrhx is a part of theconsideration, while the denarius Dei is no part of it. The latter was given away incharity: whence the name.

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