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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sesterces

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of sesterces:
/sɛstɹ̩səz/

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  1. 158 million sesterces, 50 tones of nard, worth 32 million sesterces, 576 tons of ivory, worth
  2. 60 million sesterces, and 360 tons of turtle-shell, worth 18 million sesterces per year. This
  3. This happened in 193 CE when they killed Pertinax and accepted an offer of 25,000 sesterces
  4. the revenue of the Roman state from 200 million sesterces per annum to 340 million - a colossal
  5. new province could only provide 40 million sesterces per annum. In comparison, Julius
  6. payouts, the Princeps gave gifts to the soldiers, and 400 sesterces to each Roman citizen. As
  7. returned from India carrying a staggering 9 million sesterces worth of goods, primarily
  8. exotic eastern pepper and spices. State officials supposedly collected around 2.2 million sesterces
  9. sesterces in import taxes. As they travelled to Rome and to their newly
  10. which likely totalled around 25 million sesterces per annum. Another 25 million was collected
  11. staggering revenues of around 600 million sesterces, or two thirds of imperial revenue
  12. When that Emperor perished, the imperial treasury reportedly had 2.7 billion sesterces of surplus.
  13. by 200 million sesterces per year. Both of these fiscally negative moves would have been
  14. they had to supply their own arms and armour and had to own property valued at 3,500 sesterces
  15. itself. Trade with India alone pumped more than a billion sesterces worth of taxable
  16. and cotton, worth 556 million sesterces, 10,000 tonnes of malabathrum and other spices, worth
  17. The inscription states that the marble basin was purchased for 5,250 sesterces.
  18. 10 million sesterces on a single banquet
  19. The Queen declares that she's now ready to spend her 10 million sesterces
  20. Worth 50 sesterces.