Denarius Marcia: Lucius Marcius Philippus; Φ ROMA / L•PHILIPPVS
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||113 BC - 112 BC|
|References||RCV I# 170, RSC# 12
Roman Coins and their Values, Vol. 1 - The Republic and the Twelve Caesars
by Sear, David R.
Roman Silver Coins
by Herbert A. Seaby, David R. Sear
(Numismatic Fine Arts Intl)
Head of King Philip V of Macedon right, wearing diadem ornamented with goat's horns.
ROMA in monogram left above head, counterclockwise; Phi letter under chin.
Border of dots.
Equestrian statue right; horseman carrying laurel-branch, flower below horse.
Moneyer mark inscribed on tablet; LP ligatured.
Denomination mark XVI in monogram (Ӿ) below tablet.
Translation: Lucius [Marcius] Philippus
The gens Marcia was a family originally patrician, but afterwards plebeian.
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|ND (113 BC - 112 BC)||Rome mint - RRC#293/1, CRR#551|
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