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Licinia 1
sear5 #700
Murena, AE As. 169-158 BC, Laureate head of Janus, I above / Prow right, MVRENA above, I before, ROMA below. Syd 373, Cr186/1, BMC 808.(5 examples)
Licinia 2Roman Republic AE Semis. L. Licinius Murena Semis ca 169-158 BC, 11.47 g. Laureate head of Saturn right, S behind head / MVRENA above prow right, S in right field, ROMA below. Licinia 2; Sydenham 373a. Crawford 186/2.TextImage
Licinia 3Roman Republic AE Triens. L. Licinius Murena ca 169-158 BC, 7.47 g. Helmeted head of Minerva right, oooo (four dots) above / MVRENA above prow right, oooo (four dots) to right, ROMA below. Licinia 3; Sydenham 373b. Crawford 186/3.TextImage
Licinia 4Roman Republic AE Quadrans. L. Licinius Murena ca 169-158 BC, 5.83 g. Head of Hercules right, wearing lionskin headdress. right, ooo (three dots) behind head / MVRENA above prow right, ooo (three dots) to right, ROMA below. Licinia 4; Sydenham 373c. Crawford 186/4.TextImage
Licinia 5Roman Republic AE Sextans. L. Licinius Murena ca 169-158 BC, 18mm, 4.82 g. Head of Mercury right, wearing petatos, oo (two dots) above / MVRENA above prow right, oo (two dots) above, ROMA below. Licinia 5; Sydenham 3733. Crawford 186/5.TextImage
Licinia 7
sear5 #169
P. Nerva. 113-112 BC. AR denarius. ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma left, helmet is double-plumed; star to left, crescent above / P NERVA, Three citizens voting in the comitium. Cr. 292; Licinia 7; BMCRR Italy 526. (9 examples)
Licinia 10
sear5 #1183
P. Nerva AE Quadrans. 113-112 BC. Head of Hercules right in lion's skin; ••• behind, P. NERVA before / Prow of galley right; horse standing right above, ••• before, ROMA below. Cr292/4a; Syd549b. (One example)
Licinia 13L. Licinius Crassus and Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus with C. Malleolus C.f., Denarius serratus, Narbo, 118 BC. C MALLE C F, helmeted head of Roma right, X behind head / Bearded warrior, holding shield, carnyx and reins and hurling spear in biga galloping right; L LIC CN DOM below. Licinia 13 and Domitia 17; Syd. 524; Cr. 282/3.TextImage
Licinia 14L. Licinius Crassus and Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus with L. Pomponius, Denarius serratus, Narbo, 118 BC. L POMPONI CN F, helmeted head of Roma right, X behind head / Bearded warrior, holding shield, carnyx and reins and hurling spear in biga galloping right; L LIC CN DOM below. Licinia 15; Domitia 19; Pomponia 7; Syd. 523; Cr. 282/4.TextImage
Licinia 15L. Licinius Crassus, Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus and L. Porcius. (118 BC). AR serrate denarius. Narbo mint, 3.93 g. L PORCI LICI, helmeted head of Roma right, star behind head / CN DOM (or similar) beneath bearded warrior, holding shield, carnyx and reins and hurling spear in biga galloping right. Licinia 15; Cr. 282/5. Syd. 520; BMCRR Rome 1187.TextImage
Licinia 16
sear5 #274
C Licinius Lf Macer Denarius. 84 BC. Diademed bust of Vejovis left, seen from behind, hurling thunderbolt / Minerva in quadriga right with javelin & shield; C LICINIVS L F MACER in two lines in ex. Cr354/1; Syd 732. (18 examples)
Licinia 17C. Licinius Macer, AE as, 84 BC. C LICIN L F, Laureate head of Janus, I above / Prow right, EX-SC to left and right of a male figure, standing, holding staff, MACER beneath the figure. Licinia 17; Syd 734; Cr. 354/2; BMCRR Rome 2470.TextImage
Licinia 17 varC. Licinius Macer, AE as, 11.78 g, 84 BC. Laureate head of Janus, I above / Prow right, EX-SC to left and right of a male figure, standing, holding staff. Licinia 17 var (MACER beneath the male figure); Syd 734var (ditto); Cr. 354/3a; BMC-.TextImage
Licinia 18
sear5 #394
P. Licinius Crassus AR Denarius. Rome, 55 BC. SC behind diademed, laureate and draped bust of Venus right / P CRASSVS M F around female figure leading horse left with right hand, and holding spear in left; cuirass and shield at her feet. Crawford 430/1; RSC Licinia 18. (4 examples)
Licinia 21Roman Republic AE denarius. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio and P. Licinius Crassus. African mint, 47-46 BC, 3.92 g. Q METEL PIVS - SCIPIO IMP, Lion-headed figure of Genius Terrae Africae, standing facing in long robes, holding ankh in right hand; GT-A across upper fields / P CRASSVS IVN LEG PRO PR, Victory standing left, holding caduceus and shield. Licinia 21 and Caecilia 51; Syd. 1050; Sear Imper. 43; Cr 460/4.TextImage
Licinia 22Roman Republic AE denarius. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio and P. Licinius Crassus. African mint, 47-46 BC, 3.86 g. CRASS IVN LEG PRO PR, turreted female head right; uncertain rectangular symbol above, rostrum tridens (resembling a prow) below, corn-ear to left and caduceus to right / METEL PIVS SCIP IMP, trophy between lituus and jug. Licinia 22 and Caecilia 52; Syd. 1049; Sear Imper. 42; Cr 460/3.TextImage
Licinia 23
sear5 #430
P A. Licinius Nerva. AR Denarius, 47 BC, AR 3.54 g. A LICINIVS FIDES to left and right of laureate head of Fides right / NERVA beneath horseman galloping right, dragging naked warrior who is holding shield and sword. III-VIR across fields. Licinia 23; Syd 955. Sear Imper. 30a; Cr. 454/2. (One example)
Licinia 24
sear5 #430
A. Licinius Nerva denarius c. 47 BC. FIDES NERVA, Laureate head of Fides right. / A LICINI ((One example with LICINIV), Horseman galloping right, dragging captive who is holding spear and shield. III-VIR across fields. Licinia 24; Syd. 954b; Cr. 454/1; BMCRC 3999. (5 examples)
Licinia 24a
sear5 #430
A Licinius Nerva AR Denarius. 47 BC. Laureate head of Fides right / Horseman galloping right, dragging captive by the hair. Cr454/1. (One example)
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