An arrangement of five objects in a square, one at each corner and one in the middle.

A rare Roman Republic bronze coin denomination worth five uncia.


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Quincunx, five unica, or parts of the as, with the distinctive mark of five globules. - Eckhel describes one of these most rare Roman coins contained in the Imperial cabinet at Vienna, as having on one side the head of Apollo laureated, with G behind it, and on the reverse ROMA. The Dioscuri on galloping horses, and below five circles or globules.

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