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Item:173945132843FREE SHIPPING !!!Will ship only to EUROPE !!! Denarius Maenia: Publius Maenius Antias; P•MAE ANT ROMA ObverseHelmeted head of Roma right; denomination mark XVI as monogram (Ӿ) behind.ReverseVictory in quadriga galloping right, holding reins and palm-branch in left hand and wreath in right hand. Moneyer mark in field below horses with MAE and ANT in monograms. ROMA in exergue.Lettering: P•MAE ANT ROMATranslation: Publius Maenius AntiasCommentsThe gens Maenia was a plebeian family at ancient Rome first mentioned soon after the establishment of the Republic; and occurring in history down to the second century BC. Several of them held the position of tribune of the plebs. The most illustrious of the family was Gaius Maenius, consul in 338 BC, and dictator in both 320 and 314. Sometimes Antiaticus instead of Antias.Composition:Silver, Denomination:Denarius, Date:132 BC
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Denarius Maenia: Publius Maenius Antias; P•MAE ANT ROMA