Soldo

Alias: 
solldo
  1. Soldo (Latin solidus); a copper coin. [Pedro, ch. 4: 65, 72]
  2. soldo = 12 dinheiros.
  3. 15 soldos + 3 libras = 1 Moorish dobra [Pedro, ch. 11: 30-31]
  4. 17 soldos + 3 libras = 1 escudo [Pedro, ch. 11: 31]
  5. 19 soldos + 3 libras = 1 moutão [Pedro, ch. 11: 31-32]
  6. 10 soldos = 1 silver real (c.1380, King Fernando).
  7. 20 soldos = 1 libra (Portuguese pound).
  8. 15 soldos = 1 morabitino in Estremadura region and kingdom in general, except Além Douro.
  9. 27 soldos = 1 old morabitino or old maravedi in Além Douro region (King Sancho I to King Dinis).
  10. 22 soldos = 1 new morabitino (Kings Afonso II, Sancho II and Afonso III). See: Maria José Pimenta Ferro, 'Para o estudo da numária de D. Dinis',   http://ww3.fl.ul.pt/unidades/centros/c_historia/Biblioteca/V/VI-%20Para%20o%20Estudo%20da%20Numaria%20de%20D.%20Dinis.pdf [Consulted: 4/12/2014]
  11. Remuneration paid in soldos: King Pedro of Portugal established that a courrier should be paid no more than four soldos per day and that a town community ('concelho') delegate or representative, be he a notable or a learned man, should be paid no more than 20 soldos. [Pedro, ch. 4: 62-72]
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Alternative spelling: solldo.

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