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P. Servilius M.f. Rullus; Denarius c 100 BC
Public treasury issue.
The obverse shows the bust of Minerva (Athena) wearing a Corinthian helmet and aegis with the Latin inscription RVLLI. The reverse depicts Victory (Nike) in biga of below horses with the inscription P. SERVILI M.F. The “P” stands for “Publice” and indicates that this was a special issue, struck from silver from the public treasury.
Mint: Rome
Provenance: Private acquisition

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