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Home > Catalog > Roman Coins > Roman Republic > 150-100 B.C. > RR88375
Roman Republic, Cn. Cornelius Blasio Cn.f., 112 or 111 B.C.
Crawford notes this type was issued with 12 different symbol pairs, each used for one month of the year. This bust was traditionally identified as Scipio Africanus but Crawford convincingly rejected that identification. The bust on the right is Scipio Africanus. Perhaps there is some resemblance that was the source of the tradition? Scipio
RR88375. Silver denarius, Crawford 296/1d (same controls), RBW Collection 1136 (same), BMCRR Italy 628 (same), Sydenham 561b (scarce), RSC I Cornelia 19, SRCV I 173, VF, toned, light marks, some die wear, reverse slightly off center, edge crack, Rome mint, weight 3.898g, maximum diameter 18.8mm, die axis 45o, 112 or 111 B.C.; obverse CN BLASIO CN F upward on right, beardless helmeted head of Mars right, X (mark of value=16 asses) above, acrostolium (control symbol) behind; reverse Jupiter standing facing, nude, long scepter in right hand, thunderbolt and paludamentum in left hand, between Juno (on left), and Minerva (on right) placing wreath on his head with her right hand and holding spear in left hand, Π (Greek control letter) inner right, ROMA in exergue; ex Wayne G. Sayles; scarce; SOLD


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Hera or Juno