I wanted to make a kind of western-style WANTED-poster in Latin, and I got a few questions about it. My questions:
how did the romans say WANTED on a poster?
- I was doubting between the words voluit (own translation) and quis (translation via translation site)
How did the Romans call their currency?
- I know there were different coins like as and denarius, but for example like we say: it costs $7, did they have a sign to express their coin?
How did they say something like Dead or Alive?
- I ended up with a translation like Mortuus an vivus and a translation site ended up with Mortuus sive vivus. Is one of those translations correct or not? If no, what should be the correct translation?
Every answer is appreciated, even if it's only an answer on one of the questions.