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C. Vibius C.f.C.n. Pansa Caetronianus c 48 BC
Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetronianus was the son of the moneyor C. Vibius Pansa. Pansa Caetronianus was awarded a moneyorship, appointed governor in Bithynia (47-46 BC) and then in Cisalpine Gaul (45 BC). Caesar appointed him for consulship in 43 BC. After Caesar’s assassination Pansa embarked on his consulship aligning with Aulus Hirtius. They perished after lifting Antony’s siege of Mutina. It is speculated Octavian eliminated him after Pansa was injured in order to take his place as consul. Obverse mask of Pan PANSA with a pedum behind him. Reverse seated Anxurus Jupiter [C].VIBIVS C.F.C.[N].
Mint: Rome
Provenance: Private acquisition ex Gemini VII January 9, 2011 ex The Rockefeller University/Dr. Alfred E. Mirsky collection.

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