Roman Currency under Augustus

Can you name the types of Roman Currency under Augustus?

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The backbone of Roman currency, made of silver.
Made of gold, this was worth 25 times as much as #1.
Produced spasmodically, this was worth half of #1.
A large brass coin worth one quarter of #1.
One half of #4, also made of brass.
Made of copper, worth half of #5.
Worth half of #6.
Worth a quarter of #6.

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