What are solidus?

Some articles on solidus:

Ancient Roman Empire - Economy - Currency and Banking
... = 400 copper asses 294–312 1 gold aureus solidus (1/60 lb. 10 silver argentei = 40 bronze folles = 1,000 debased metal denarii 312 onwards 1 gold solidus (1/72 lb.) = 24 silver siliquae = 180 bronze folles The early Empire was monetized to a near-universal extent ... Despite Diocletian's introduction of the gold solidus and monetary reforms, the credit market of the Empire never recovered its former robustness ...
Revolver Ocelot - Appearances
... After the ending credits, it is revealed that Ocelot is in league with Solidus Snake, the third surviving offspring of the Les Enfants Terribles project that created Snake and Liquid, as well ... part of the terrorist group "Sons of Liberty" during the Plant Chapter with Solidus Snake, but ends up betraying him as well, revealing his true allegiance to the Patriots, a group that controls the United ... Ocelot is taken over by Liquid and escapes from Snake, Solidus and Raiden, intending to kill the Patriots' leaders ...
Metal Gear - Storyline - Plot
... A third Snake brother known as Solidus Snake is introduced as the United States President at the end of Metal Gear Solid and serves as the main antagonist of Metal Gear Solid 2 Sons ... During his time as President, Solidus became aware of a secretive cabal known as "The Patriots" who were steadily manipulating the course of human history ... After his tenure as President is over, Solidus takes control of the "Big Shell" offshore facility, which is being used to develop Arsenal Gear, a mobile undersea fortress designed to influence human development ...
Raiden (Metal Gear) - Analysis
... When being forced by his superiors to kill the game's antagonist, Solidus Snake, the player is told by the designers to finish the game ... Raiden stays handcuffed until his final fight against Solidus Snake Snake escapes from his handcuffs to follow Revolver Ocelot, emphasizing Raiden's lack of freedom ... Defeating Solidus, Raiden is encouraged by Snake to trust himself and believe in his own choices ...

More definitions of "solidus":

  • (noun): A gold coin of the Byzantine Empire; widely circulated in Europe in the Middle Ages.
    Synonyms: bezant, bezzant, byzant