Subsequent mintings of the coin, starting in the 18th century, bear instead Saint George striking down a serpent. The Soviet ruble replaced the ruble of the Russian Empire. Each grivna was divided into four parts; the name "ruble" came from the word "cut" because the silver rod weighing 1 grivna was split into four parts, which were called rubles. The gold coinage was suspended in , with the other denominations produced until the First World War. Rubles were parts of the grivna or pieces of silver with notches indicating their weight.
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