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How bad was the earthquake that hit England in 1580?

bad enough, with a magnitude of 5.3 - 5.9 with its epicentre beneath the Channel at a depth of 20 -25kms

What does the term 'The States' refer to in relation to the Dutch Revolt in the late 1580s?

The Dutch "States" . I'm pretty sure it refers to the States-General - a kind of parliament.\n. \nJoncey.

What was the German currency during World War 2?

German Currency in World War 2 . The currency was the Reichsmark (RM), which had replaced the inflationary currecny of 1919-23. In the later stages of World War 2 and the first few months after the war, the Reichsmark lost about 80-85% of its value. As a result many people lost most of their savings a second time.. In West Germany a new currency, the Deutsche Mark (DM) was introduced in June 1948 at the rate of 10 RM to 1 DM and 13.5 RM on balances of more than 5,000 RM. The new currency lasted till 1999-2002 when it was replaced by the Euro. The currency was the "Reichsmark".

Will a 4.4 GPA and sat score of 1580 get you into UVA?

Answer . According to the website, the University has no minimum SAT or GPA score, but the average SAT of the last freshman class was 1280-1490. Visit http://www.virginia.edu/undergradadmission/profile.html for more information.

What did William Shakespeare do for a living between 1580 and 1582?

What he did during this time was unknown. It was before he was famous, thus there was no recorded history of him during this time. Yes, he had previously married Anne Hathaway to this time, and left Stratford-upon-Avon on a supposed case of theft.

What clothing was worn in 1580-1620?

clothing that was worn was very mature and productive. Nothing big but never wore any bright colors

What is the Philippine currency during World War 2?

During World War II, the Japanese issued Military Gumpyo Pesos (PHJ) at par with the Philippine Peso which continued to circulate; however, Philippine forces had withdrawn into the jungle, and issued their own Guerilla Pesos (PHG), redeemable in paper Pesos after the war was over. The Japanese made use of the Guerilla Pesos punishable by death, but since this would have led to the collapse of the Philippine economy, local Japanese authorities acquiesced and often allowed the Guerilla Pesos to circulate. During the war, the Japanese Military peso depreciated relative to the Commonwealth Peso with the conversion rate declining from 1.25 PHJ = 1 PHP by May 15, 1943 to 1.44:1 in June 1943, 20:1 in July 1944 and 120:1 in January 1945. The Ballantyne Scale was adopted by the Congress of the Philippines in 1945 to calculate these conversion rates. After World War II, the Philippines gained its independence and adopted the Peso after gaining independence. The Piso replaced the Peso in 1962, and is divisible into 100 Sentimos (Centavos). The occupying Japanese government issued fiat currencyin several denominations known as Japanese government-issued Philippine fiat peso . The Japanese-sponsored Second Philippine Republicunder Jose P. Laureloutlawed possession of guerrilla currency and declared a monopolyon the issuance of money and anyone found to possess guerrilla notes could be arrested. Due to the fiat nature of the currency, the Philippine economy felt the effects of hyperinflation. The Filipinos called the fiat peso, "Mickey Mouse" money , due to the fact that it was similar to play money and next to worthless. Many survivors of the war tell stories of going to the market laden with suitcases or " bayong " (native bags made of woven bamboo strips) overflowing with the Japanese-issued bills. 75 Mickey Mouse pesos, or about 35 U.S. dollars at that time, could buy one duck egg. In 1944, a box of matches cost more than 100 Mickey Mouse pesos During World War II, the Japanese issued Military Gumpyo Pesos (PHJ) at par with the Philippine Peso which continued to circulate; however, Philippine forces had withdrawn into the jungle, and issued their own Guerilla Pesos (PHG), redeemable in paper Pesos after the war was over. The Japanese made use of the Guerilla Pesos punishable by death, but since this would have led to the collapse of the Philippine economy, local Japanese authorities acquiesced and often allowed the Guerilla Pesos to circulate. During the war, the Japanese Military peso depreciated relative to the Commonwealth Peso with the conversion rate declining from 1.25 PHJ = 1 PHP by May 15, 1943 to 1.44:1 in June 1943, 20:1 in July 1944 and 120:1 in January 1945. The Ballantyne Scale was adopted by the Congress of the Philippines in 1945 to calculate these conversion rates. After World War II, the Philippines gained its independence and adopted the Peso after gaining independence. The Piso replaced the Peso in 1962, and is divisible into 100 Sentimos (Centavos). The occupying Japanese government issued fiat currencyin several denominations known as Japanese government-issued Philippine fiat peso . The Japanese-sponsored Second Philippine Republicunder Jose P. Laureloutlawed possession of guerrilla currency and declared a monopolyon the issuance of money and anyone found to possess guerrilla notes could be arrested. Due to the fiat nature of the currency, the Philippine economy felt the effects of hyperinflation. The Filipinos called the fiat peso, "Mickey Mouse" money , due to the fact that it was similar to play money and next to worthless. Many survivors of the war tell stories of going to the market laden with suitcases or " bayong " (native bags made of woven bamboo strips) overflowing with the Japanese-issued bills. 75 Mickey Mouse pesos, or about 35 U.S. dollars at that time, could buy one duck egg. In 1944, a box of matches cost more than 100 Mickey Mouse pesos

How do you value Currency?

A currency is value according to its rate of exchange or whatbuyers are willing to pay for it. There are two methods of exchangein which to do this - the floating exchange rate, and the peggedexchange rate.

Why did William leave stratford in 1580?

shakespeare left to London because he didn't want to work at the butchers shop with is father so he left to be a play writer.

What was the Australian currency during World War 1?

The Australian currency had not long been established at the outbreak of WW1 in 1914 and there was still many British coins in circulation. The Australian currency from 1910 to 1966 was based on the British Imperial system of Pounds, Shillings and Pence. 12 Pence to the Shilling and 20 Shillings to the Pound. The silver coins including the Threepence, Sixpence, Shilling and Florin were introduced in 1910, followed by the copper coins including the Penny and Halfpenny in 1911. Banknotes were introduced in 1913 and included the Ten Shilling, One Pound, Five Pound and Ten Pound notes. All of the above denominations were in use until the changeover to decimal currency in 1966. Further notes were introduced in 1914 including the Twenty Pound, Fifty Pound, One Hundred Pound and One Thousand Pound notes. These notes did not last long and were all withdrawn by the early 1940's. The One Thousand Pound note was only used to settle debts between banks.

What trade and currency was used during the life and times of Jesus?

all i know is that they used lira or shekel and it is similar the english money but in english money we dont have 1cent in jesus time they had 1cent and they still do.

What was the currency of Britain during William the Conquerors reign?

We don't know exactly but were trying to figure it out using the Domesday Book.

What play was peformed in 1580 by william shakespeare?

None. Shakespeare was only 16 years old in 1580 and living with his family in Stratford.

Who was the queen of France in 1580?

Louise de Lorraine was the French queen in 1580, as the wife of the then king Henri III.

What is a currency?

Currency is a means of measuring the value of any item in a country. For example in India the cost of petrol is Rs. 49/- per litre which means in Indian currency one litre of petrol is worth 49 units. similarly in the US it is Dollar, in Europe it is Euro etc.. Or it could be simply be said as money used as a form of exchange. in lapland you use euros

How many kilometers are there in 1580 meters?

There are 1000 metres in one kilometre. Therefore, 1580 metres is equal to 1580/1000 = 1.58 kilometres.

What us president that died during a war is pictured on us currency?

John Kennedy appears on the seldom seen half-dollar and you might say that he died during the Vietnam War although the US was not heavily involved in the war when he died. Abraham Lincoln who is on the 1-cent coin and the $5 bill died about a week after the Civil War ended.

What was a gold coin used as trade currency during World War 1 called?

The only WW1 Trade coinage I can find a reference to is from Britain and they were silver. The Trade coins were not struck for domestic use, but were only for trade in the Orient. They were called "One Dollar".. The obverse had a standing Britannia and the reverse had oriental designs on a stylised cross.. The only gold coins in general circulation in either Australia or Britain, were Sovereigns and Half-Sovereigns.

What is the currency and currency symbols of China?

The Chinese currency is the "Yuan" or "Renminbi".. The official (ISO) currency code is CNY although many use RMB.

Where did shakespeare go in 1580?

We know almost nothing about Shakespeare's early life, but sometime in the 1580's he seems to arrive in London and begin to work as a playwright. We do not know whether he traveled to London from Stratford upon Avon, where he grew up, or whether he had lived somewhere else in the meantime.

What is a 6.5 percent increase from 1580?

A 6.5% increase from 1,580 is: an increase of 102.7 for a total of 1,682.7

Where did the English attempt to create a settlement in the 1580s?

In the 1580's, English settlers attempted to colonize RoanokeIsland in North Carolina. At this time the attempt at colonizingfailed, but they came back to it and successfully colonized a fewyears later.

How did London in the 1580s affect Shakespeare?

No-one truly knows what happened to Shakespeare at this time but we know that he was still in Stratford as late as 1585 when the twins were born. After that we know nothing until he pops up in London in 1592. For all we know, Shakespeare never lived in London in the 1580s.

What twas the greatet empire the world had ever known in 1580?

The largest empire theworld had ever known up to 1580 was the Mongol Empire (1206-1368)which covered an area of 12.74 million square miles. This empire isthe second largest one in history after the British Empire (13.01million square miles) The largest empire in1580 was the Ming Empire of China (1368-1640) of the Ming dynastyof China which, with a surface of 2.51million square miles was asbig as the Roman Empire had been. The second largest empire was theOttoman Empire of the Ottoman dynasty of Turkey (1453-1922, 2.01square miles). The third largest empire was Northern Yan Dynast ofMongolia (1.93 square miles). The fourth largest empire was theSafavid Empire of the Safavid dynasty of Persia (1501-1736, 1.35million square miles).

What is the currency of Denver?

Denver is in Norfolk, in the UK, 2 Km south of of Downham Market. In the UK the currency is the pound sterling . Denver is in Colorado, USA. It's currency is the US dollar.

What is the Norwegian currency?

The Norwegian currency is Kroner. "1 Krone" can be split into "100 øre". There is both coins and notes. The coins are 50 øre, 1 krone, 5 kroner, 10 kroner and 20 kroner. The notes are 50 kroner, 100 kroner, 200 kroner, 500 kroner and 1 000 kroner.

What type of currency was used during Beowulf's time?

The various Germanic tribes of Beowulf's era (6th century AD) would not have had a centralized currency. The use of gold/silver rings as geld within the social machinate of comitatus was a common practice, as was the appropriation of Carolingian, Roman, Gothic &c. coin types. Indeed, the text of Beowulf -and the corpus of Old English in general- explicates the importance of ring-giving as remuneration through the use of kennings. For instance, Heorot is called a 'hringsele' (ringhall) and in the AS Chronicle poem, the Battle of Brunanburh, the victorious king Aethelstan is entitled the "beorna beag-giefa" (giver of rings to men).

What is the currency of Copenhagen?

Copenhagen is not a nation, it is a city, the capital of Denmark. The national currency of Denmark is the Danish Krone .

In Palestine what was the currency during the time of Jesus?

At the time of JESUS,Jerusalem was owned by the Romans so the currency was the one of the Romans but i think its name is the Dinar...

What are the currency names of the British currency?

british pounds, also known as the pound sterling and pence (same as pennies - they are the subdivision of the pound) £1 = 100p

Who conquered Portugal in 1580?

Phillip II of Spain conquered Portugal and as Phillip I was also King of Portugal 1580-1598

What currency was used by Germany during World War 2?

German Reich Marks of the Third Reich (The NAZI party). They were used in the occupied nations too.

What clothes did they were in Verona from 1580-1620?

i think they wore clothes which had curly and crinckled collars and they had baggy clothes which the poor wore as black.

Can a bank in India change the rate of interest during the currency of a term deposit with them?

No. The rate of interest on a term deposit (Fixed Deposit) cannot be changed during the duration of the deposit. For Ex: you deposit Rs. 10000/- on Jan 1 st 2011 with a bank in India at 8% rate of interest for a period of 1 year. Even if the deposit rates change to let's say 7.5% a few weeks after that, the bank has to honor the commitment it has given to you at the time of opening the term deposit and it cannot change the rate of interest.

When is a currency pegged to another currency?

Countries try to stabilize their export competitiveness by living under a fixed exchange rate regime sometimes called a pegged currency or exchange rate. The central bank has to sell or buy its own currency to stabilize its external trading value against the currency of its trading partners. China, also it unpegged its currency recently back in 2008, had for over 20 years a pegged currency to the US$. Since China had over many years a trade surplus it was buying US Treasury bonds in order to avoid that its currency would appreciate as a theory of purchasing power parity theory would predict. This led to the fact that China is holding over 2,000 billion US$ worth of currency reserves right now, half of it denominated in US$. Pegging a currency has advantages and disadvantages. The key advantages are that you can maintain your competitiveness in exports and reduce the overall risk of doing international business on the other hand a fast growing country has a hard time to constantly sterilize the influx of funds through trade and speculator while keeping interest rates artificially low. Which leads to asset bubbles that finally burst at some time in the future which will conexant periods of higher inflation followed buy a bust in equity markets or real estate. Another disadvantage is if countries do not have enough funds to defend their currency during a speculative attack if it is overvalued due to the fact that the currency is pegged. That leads to rapid depreciation and a deep recession, the last Asian crises from 1998 was a good example of that.

What is currency for currency zł?

IT used to be the polish currency before they join the euro union it was pronouced zvoti

How do you find the average speed fly 1580 miles in 4 hours?

Divide the distance by the time. 1,580 miles divided by 4 hours = an average speed of 395 miles per hour.

What types of currency were used during the Civil War?

Gold, Silver, coins, IOU's (paper currency). Both the Confederate's and Union used these items. The British were backing the South. The Union was having a difficult time getting backing, due to the British Bankers. President Lincoln came up with "green backs", this is why the back of the five dollar bill until 1994 had a bright green color.

What relationships between men and women are considered above reproach in the 1580-1600s?

1.put hand on chest 2. say the person u love 4 times 3.put it on ur nose 4.repeat step 2 5.put this on 3 vids and he will ask u out tommorrow

What is the currency during American occupation?

The dollar is usually instituted when American occupies a country,though in some instances the occupied nation is allowed to retainnational currency.

Why might people distrusted the value of paper currency issued by the continental congress during the revolutionary war?

The currency wasn't actually backed by anything other than the government's assertion that it was, in fact, money. This is, essentially, the same situation we have now, but at the time fiat money was a novel concept. Also, the government made no real efforts to reduce or even maintain stable the amount of paper currency in circulation, meaning that it just kept increasing.

Did various kinds of currency inhibit trade in rome during the height of rome?

No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things. No, not in the least. In the Roman empire itself the money was standardized. When dealing with foreign currency, the Romans had bankers or money changers called "argtentari". These men were responsible for the exchange of coins among other things.

What is the currency and currency symbol of japan?

The currency in Japan is the "Yen" and its code is JPY and its symbol is "Y " having one or two parallel horizontal lines over it. sorry i can not attach image here, otherwise I would have. No need for an image. Here is the yen symbol: ¥ (Alt+ 0165) from your keyboard, using the numeric keypad.

What type of math did they use in 1580?

At the end of the 16th Century, they had all the math you're likely to have access to throughout elementary school and high school and into college, except for calculus. All of the arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

Where can i exchange my currency to a foreign currency?

You can exchange domestic currency to a foreign currency at a number of places. These places include selected local banks, ATM's, airport exchange, and conversion centers.

Can a 1580 watt microwave be connected to a 15 amp circuit?

Yes, if the manufacturer installed a parallel blade 15 amp rating cap on the end of the cord then just plug it in. The circuit that you plug into should be a dedicated circuit (nothing else on the circuit) because the amperage will be 13 amps at 120 volts.

What is the currency exchange for Indian currency?

There is no way to determine one currency's exchange rate. To find out what is the value of one currncy it has to be compare to another currency. For example, you can check what is the exchange rate of the Indian currency (INR) in comparison the US Dollar (USD). Currently the USD/INR is worth 55.5

How many hours would it take to travel 1580 km?

It very much depends on the speed at which you travel and that will depend on your mode of transport.

What currency was used during the black death?

During the time of the Black Death, most countries in Western Europe were using coins based on the old Roman denarius. In France, this was called a denier, and in England it was a penny. It was a small silver coin. The coins most commonly used in the Byzantine Empire were copper or bronze. Many other coins of various types were also used in the Eastern parts of Europe and the Middle East.

What was Rome currency during Roman times?

The Romans had many coins. These also changed over time. . The main coins during the Republic were the denarius (in silver), sestertius (silver) dupondius (brass) and as (bronze). There were also five other coins of smaller value. . Emperor Augustus introduced the aureus (gold), and the quinarius aureus and quinarius argenteus (half an aureus and half a denarius). He retained six republican coins and scrapped two of them.. In the 3rd century AD, emperor Diocletian scrapped all the previous coins and introduced new six coins. The most importan ones were the solidus (gold) and argenteus (sliver).. New minor coins were introduced in the Late Empire, in the 4th century AD..