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BEFORE THE EURO, THE DRACHMA WAS THE OFFICIAL CURRENCY OF WHAT COUNTRY?
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[STC00617] The verb “to grab” is where the term “drachma” originates from, making it one of the earliest currencies ever used in the world. It was a common misconception in ancient Greece that the value of a single one of these silver pieces was equal to the worth of a bunch of arrows. Coins denominated in drachmas circulated as currency in the city-states of ancient Greece during a range of historical eras. In 1832, King Otto of Greece decided to make the drachma the official currency of the modern state of Greece. After over two centuries of use, in 2002, Greece became a member of the European Union, which led to the replacement of its currency with the euro. When the Aegina chelone coins first appeared in 700 B.C., they featured an image of a sea turtle on their obverse side. These coins are considered to be some of the oldest drachmae. Later iterations of the drachma featured depictions of other Greek deities, including as Zeus, Artemis, and Athena.