How much is 300 talents of silver?

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As of 8/23/2012 300 grams of silver @ $30.5 oz troy = $272.15

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How much is 666 talents in the Hebrew scriptures worth today?

The ordinary talents (not for Temple-usage) weighed about 30 kilo. Let's assume that you're talking about silver. The silver talent had 3,000 shekels.Now you have to decide whether you're asking about - today's worth (30 kilo silver at today's price) or its ancient purchasing power, which was quite different. A single silver shekel was enough to support a small family for about one week.

How much is 469 talents of silver worth in dollars?

$26,662,650 dollars or so. A heavy talent (used in biblical time) weighed about 130 pounds. 130 pounds is about 1895 troy ounces of silver. So 469 talents would be 888755 troy ounces of silver. 888,755 troy ounces times the current silver price of ~$30 per troy ounce would give you $26,662,650!

How much is 100 talents of silver worth in us money?

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How many US dollars is 469 talents?

An Attic (Athenian) talent weighed 26kg so 469 of them weighed 26 * 469 = 12194kg I presume you're trying to calculate how much the Parthenon cost as that cost 469 silver talents. 12194kg of silver is worth US $5,563,146.68 at the current price of $456.22 a kilo.

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These are the provinces of the Empire mentioned by the historian Herodotus: 1. The Ionians, the Magnesians in Asia, the Aeolians, Carians, Lycians, Milyans, and Pamphylians contributed together a total sum of 400 talents of silver. 2. The Mysians, Lydians, Lasonians, Cabalians, and Hytennians, 500 talents. 3. The people on the southern shore of the Hellespont, the Phrygians, the Thracians of Asia, the Paphlagonians, Mariandynians, and Syrians, 360 talents. 4. The Cilicians paid 500 talents of silver, together with 360 white horses (one for each day in the year); of the money, 140 talents were used to maintain the cavalry force which guarded Cilicia, and the remaining 360 went to Darius. 5. From the town of Posidium, which was founded by Amphilochus, son of Amphiaraus, on the border between Cilicia and Syria, as far as Egypt - omitting Arabian territory, which was free of tax, came 350 talents. This province contains the whole of Phoenicia and that part of Syria which is called Palestine, and Cyprus. 6. Egypt, together with the Libyans on the border and the towns of Cyrene and Barca (both included in the province of Egypt) paid 700 talents, in addition to the money from the fish in Lake Moeris, and the 120,000 bushels of grain allowed to the Persian troops and their auxiliaries who were stationed in the White Castle at Memphis. 7. The Sattagydians, Gandarians, Dadicae, and Aparytae paid a joint tax of 170 talents. 8. Susa, with the rest of Cissia - 300 talents. 9. Babylon and Assyria - 1000 talents of silver and 500 eunuch boys. 10. Ecbatana and the rest of Media, with the Paricanians and Orthocorybantes - 450 talents. 11. Caspians, Pausicae, Pantimathi, and Daritae - a joint sum of 200 talents. 12. The Bactrians and their neighbors as far as the Aegli 360 talents. 13. Sakâ tigrakhaudâ. Relief from the eastern stairs of the Apadana at Persepolis. Pactyica, together with the Armenians and their neighbors as far as the Black Sea - 400 talents. 14. The Sagartians, Sarangians, Thamanaeans, Utians, Myci, together with the inhabitants of the islands in the Persian gulf where the king sends prisoners and others displaced from their homes in war - 600 talents. 15. The Sacae and Caspians - 250 talents. 16. The Parthians, Chorasmians, Sogdians, and Arians -300 talents. 17. The Paricanians and Asiatic Ethiopians - 400 talents. 18. The Matienians, Saspires, and Alarodians - 200 talents. 19. The Moschi, Tibareni, Macrones, Mosynoeci, and Mares - 300 talents. 20. The Indians, the most populous nation in the known world, paid the largest sum: 360 talents of gold-dust.

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Which have more gold and silver King Solomon's Temple or Fort Knox and by how much?

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