From one daric to one daric and a half per month, $5 to $7.50.
The dispute was about a claim which amounted nearly to the thirtieth part of a daric.
daric—A Persian gold coin, valued one pound, twelve shillings, three pence.
The daric is mentioned in several Biblical books that were written after the beginning of the Persian period.
daric, a gold coin current in ancient Persia, stamped with an archer kneeling, and weighing little over a sovereign.
The daric was a Persian gold coin, generally supposed to have derived its name from Darius I.; but others think this doubtful.
He could guarantee that each soldier should receive a daric a month as pay, the officers double pay, and the generals quadruple.