Roman Republic - Q. Cassius Longinus silver denarius (3,65 g. 19 mm. ). Minted in Rome, 55 B.C. Temple of Vesta.
Head of Libertas right, wearing hair collected into a knot, decorated with jewels, and falling down neck, and wearing single-drop earring and necklace of pendants; LIBERT downward to left, Q • CASSIVS downward to right.
The temple of Vesta, circular, surmounted by figure holding scepter and patera, flanked by antefixes; curule chair within; urn to left, tabella (voting tablet) inscribed AC ( Absolvo Condemno ) to right.
Crawford 428/2; Sydenham 918; Cassia 8; Kestner 3468-70; BMCRR Rome 3873-5; RBW 1534.
GVF, lustrous. Banker mark in obverse.
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- Roman Republic
- Q. Cassius Longinus
- Year/Period and Variation
- Rome, 55 B.C. Q. CASSIVS/ VEST. Temple of Vesta
- Good very fine