Denarius Lutatia: Quintus Lutatius Cerco or Catulus; QLC ROMA
Roman Republic (ancient)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||206 BC - 200 BC|
|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,
Michael H. Crawford; 1974. Roman Republican Coinage. Cambridge University Press, London.CRR# 274
Edward Allen Sydenham; 1952. The Coinage of the Roman Republic. Spink & Son, London.
Helmeted head of Roma right; denomination mark behind.
Dioscuri on horseback galloping right, cloak floating behind, each holding an horizontal spear, two stars above; below, moneyer mark; inscription in exergue.
Q (-uintus) L (-utatius) C (-erco)
Q (-uintus) L (-utatius) C (-atulus)
The gens Lutatia was a plebeian family at Rome.
There is still some doubts regarding the use of Cerco or Catulus for this moneyer mark as both cognomen were in use at that time by the gens Lutatia.
RCV lists, under the same reference, the same denarius with moneyer mark VAR in monogram for Terentius Varro. (RRC#126/1, CRR#275)
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|ND (206 BC - 200 BC)||Rome|
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