Q: What is value of 5000 drachma?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

I'm assuming that apaxme is another way (perhaps Spanish?) to refer to the Greek Drachma: ελληνική δραχμή. Pardon me if I am mistaken. On January 1 2002, the cash drachma was replaced by the Euro. One drachma equalled 340.75 Euros.

5000

I assume that the currency is Drachma, the obsolete currency of Greece. At the mid market rates on 7 July 2014, GRD 5000 would have been worth CAD 10.14 - assuming that anyone would want to buy that amount of obsolete currency.

The symbol for the drachma was GDR and it had the number 300.

5000

Related questions

5000 is a numerical value.

About 10 cents

I'm assuming that apaxme is another way (perhaps Spanish?) to refer to the Greek Drachma: ελληνική δραχμή. Pardon me if I am mistaken. On January 1 2002, the cash drachma was replaced by the Euro. One drachma equalled 340.75 Euros.

5000

Greece switched to using the Euro in 2002. 100 Drachma was worth about 43 US cents.

30 drachmas

5000

5000

talent = 60 mina mina = 100 drachma stater = 2 drachma drachma = 6 obols Other coins: Decadrachm = 10 drachma Tetradrachm = 4 drachma Didrachm = stater = 2 drachma

The value of a 50 drachma Greek coin will depend on the design, date and condition.

What is the value of 5000 spanish pesetas in UK money please

This is a very difficult question to answer. It is basically impossible to express it as a 21st century value- it may be helpful (and more accurate) to think about it this way:1 drachma is typically a days wages for a semi skilled worker in Ancient Greece. The drachma is made of silver and can be cut into a demi drachma or even further split to represent different amounts. 6000 drachma = 1 talent= 60 lbs (give or take) of silver. It cost Athens 1 talent to build 1 war ship.Hope this helps at least but the drachma into context!