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Q. Lutatius Cerco


Q. Lutatius Cerco, 109 - 108 B.C. silver denarius. Obverse- head of young Mars right wearing crested Corinthian helmet, ROMA above, X (XVI in monogram) behind, CERCO before. Reverse - galley right, Q•LVTATI (VT in monogram) / Q above, all within oak wreath; ex CNG. S 182, Craw 305/1, Syd 559, RSC Lutatia 2. 3.850g, 19.0mm, 90o, Rome mint The Q on the reverse indicates Q. Lutatius Cerco struck this type as Quaestor. The reverse recalls the victory of C. Lutatius Catulus at the Aegates Insulae in 241 B.C.

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