In Luke 10:35 the good samaritan paid the inn keeper with two denarii.
A denarius (Greek) was a small silver being the equivalent of a full day's wage. The Bible refers to the denarius as a day's wage for a common laborer (Matthew 20:2).
Classical historians regularly say that in the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire the daily wage for an unskilled laborer and common soldier was 1 denarius without tax, or about US$20 in bread. By this estimate 100 denarii is about $2000 USD in modern times.
A denarius was one day's pay, so 100 denarii was equal to 100 day's pay.
$6000 is about the equivalence of 300 denarii
It depends on its age and condition. They are worth from $15.00 to $100.00 + on ebay.
The silver Denarius (pl: Denarii) was the main coin in the Roman economy over much of its life. Other coins include the silver Antoninianus (worth 2 Denarii) and the gold Aureus (worth 25 Denarii)
They could range from 2000 denarii to 6000 denarii. But later the boy slaves where lots of denarii!!!
A silver denarius during the first century was worth about $21 of bread, so 25 silver denarii probably would be about $525.
how much is 200 denarii in US dollars today
250 denarii a year. Denarii is a roman coin used in the New Testament