Denarius Servilia: Gaius Servilius; ROMA / C•SERVEILI•M•F
Roman Republic (ancient)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Currency||Denarius (cca 280 BC-41 BC)|
Sear, David R.; 2000. Roman Coins and their Values, Vol. 1 - The Republic and the Twelve Caesars. Spink.RSC# 1
Head of Roma right, with winged helmet surmounted by head of an eagle; wreath behind.
Mark of value XVI in monogram (Ӿ) and ROMA in exergue.
Border of dots.
Castor and Pollux, the dioscuri, galloping in opposite directions from each other, heads turned backwards, holding reversed spears, two stars above.
Moneyer mark in exergue.
Translation: Gaius Servilius
The gens Servilia, or Serveilia, was an Alban family, transferred to Rome, after the destruction of Alba, by king Tullus, and elected into the patrician order. It became divided into many branches.
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|ND (-136)||Rome mint - RRC#239/1, CRR#525|
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