Did you know the word "salary" comes from the history of salt ?
The role or mission of Commemoration of old currency with the help of new modern virtual currency.
This is the virtual museum named (salt as a payment method) and the first one uses its own digital money (salariumcoin - ticker:SAL - ethereum ETH backed -based -ERC20 and Ripple ticker XRP -Token Supply sum) : 8.000.000.000.00 SAL,SAL Price Per Token :0.005993 USD,Accepted Currency :BTC,ETH,.XRP -
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The historical context - this is a modern reincarnation of the "solarium argentum" term - (ticker :SAL ) ancient time payment, Salt and salary: were Roman soldiers paid in salt .
Salt has long been used as a form of currency throughout the world. The word “salary” is actually derived from The Latin word “salarium”,
which was the Roman word for “money used to buy salt.“Salarium argentum,” or the salt money paid to Roman soldiers as part of their wage.
This led to the common misconception that due to salt being such a valuable item Roman soldiers were paid in it. There is no historical evidence for this belief.
The idea is so widely held and has been for so long that the etymology of the word salary comes from the Latin salarium was originally salt money (Lat. sal, salt), i.e. the sum paid to soldiers for salt.
In Ancient Rome the busiest road leading to the city was the Via Salaria, the salt route. A soldier's pay, which partly consisted of salt, was known as solarium argentum, from which we derive the word salary. A soldier's salary was cut if he
"was not worth his salt," an expression still used today. Similarly, the Latin word 'salarium' linked employment, salt, and soldiers and has defined a form of work-for-hire ever since.
King Ancus Martius (640-16 B.C.) founded its first colony at Ostia because of the salt marshes there, and the Via Salaria (Salt Road) was built to carry processed salt to the city.
Picture Collection of Famous Signs about the Salary to Salt Relationship in History You can purchase (the price $ 20 for full version) all pictures displayed in the museum in the file as soon as you pay with PayPal.