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Tremissis was a currency of the Late Ancient Rome, equal to one-third of a solidus. Tremissis coins continued to be minted by descendants of the Roman Empire, such as Anglo-Saxon Britain or the Eastern Roman Empire.
- Herbert Appold (1899). Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland in the British Museum.
- Worp, K.A. (1992). "Tables of Tax Receipts on Greek Ostraka from Late Byzantine and Early Arab Thebes". Analecta Papyrologica (Messina) 4: 49–55. hdl:1887/9298.
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