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Argento

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from greek argos = dazzling, bright, shining; lately the greek word, became the root of latin word "argentum" term that was used by ancient Romans to define mainly coins (Argentum signatum) surely since III century b.C. when the metal silver started to be used by Romans to make coins.
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