"We have documented more than 200 relative values of gold and silver across almost 3000 years (2500 bce–400 ce) to establish value benchmarks for essentially pure metal. Our aim is to improve understanding of ancient economies by enabling regional and temporal comparisons of these relative values."

Ross, J., & Bettenay, L. (2023). Gold and Silver: Relative Values in the Ancient Past. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 1-18. doi: @econhist @archaeodons @antiquidons

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