"Greek slaves didn't cost too much money, we do not know how much, but if almost everyone had one, then greek slaves wouldn't cost too much."
It varied from hundreds to thousands
tehy would cost $678.78
Slaves cost different amounts of money depending on their, age, work force, and if they had whip marks on their body.
You can trade 5 slaves for one :)
It cost about a thousand-hundreds of dollars but to us it cost a penny or five cents+
It all really depends on what skills and crafts the slaves had. They would pay more for clever and well developed slaves.
10 black slaves and about 3 cows
...70% of what the average male slave cost.
They costed around 6,500 to 8,000 depending on the slave
slaves costed anywhwere from 500 to 1,000 dollars slaves costed anywhwere from 500 to 1,000 dollars
I do not know but the slaves paid $25 to $75
Andrew Reyes says they costed about 100 to 200 dollars
Slaves were sold in auctions and with a cost between $125 to $380 during the early 1800s. Slaves that had more skills and could breed were auctioned off at a higher price.
slaves were sold for cheap!!
In Ancient rome Slaves were costly, and mostly wealthy people had them. They cost: Males around 500 Denarii, and Woman up to 6,000 Denarii. MB
slaves in 1799 cost $50 and worked from 11:00 am to 10:00 am and got 1:00 of sleep with a bread crumb a day
slaves don't get paid they're slaves
You didn't have to pay slaves, so the cost of labor was lower.
Slaves get paid nothing.
Sargon used slaves as much as possible!
It varied with gender, age, size and health. In 1778 a young (17-30) healthy, average sized male cost $100, century later it was about $150- $175