In other words the Romans valued 8 grams of gold as equal in value to 100 grams of silver. That’s about a 12.5 to 1 ratio of silver to gold. As recently as 1932 20x 0.77 oz silver dollars were worth an almost 1 oz gold Double Eagle. 20x Morgan Dollars & 1x Double Eagle were both $20 in value. A ratio of about 15 to 1. Pretty close to Ancient times. Today if you tried to trade 15 oz of silver for 1 oz of gold a dealer would think you’re bonkers as the ratio is now closer to 65 to 1. Do you think gold was undervalued or was silver overvalued in Ancient times? Or do you think both were valued correctly and today they are valued incorrectly?