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ATILIA, gens patricia et plebeia. - On the coins of this family, one Saranus is commemorated. The obverse of the denarius has for type a winged helmeted head of Pallas (or Roma) with SAR or SARAN behind. The reverse bears the figures of the Dioscuri on horseback galloping right with M ATIL below the horses and ROMA in the exergue. There is another type depicting Victory in a biga. 

 The bronze pieces of this gens are by the moneyers of Augustus. - See Dioscuri.

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