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Rome’s Runaway Inflation: Currency Devaluation in the Fourth and Fifth Centuries

No matter the historical era, governments have excelled at one thing: debasing their own currency. Rome was no exception, as Roman government excesses required inflation—lots of inflation.

Original Article: Rome’s Runaway Inflation: Currency Devaluation in the Fourth and Fifth Centuries”

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