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Fulvia

Third wife of Marc Antony. Died 40 BC.


DICTIONARY OF ROMAN COINS


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FULVIA gens, plebian but consular. A family distinguished for the high offices occupied, and the talents displayed, by several of its members. It has only two coins of Roman die:

1. ROMA, galeated head of Rome; before it X. Reverse: CN FOVI, below M CAL, Victory, naked to the waist, guiding a biga at speed.

2. M CALID Q MET CN FVL, same type as preceeding.

It is not known who were the authors of these denarii

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