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Home > Catalog > Roman Coins > Roman Republic > 99-50 B.C. > RR88389
Roman Republic, Lucius Rubrius Dossenus, 87 B.C.
This is of three denarii types issued by the moneyer, each type depicts one of the three chief deities of the capital, Jupiter, Juno, or Minerva. The empty triumphal chariot on the reverse may reflect hope for triumph in the fight against Marius and his followers. This moneyer may be the senator, L. Rubrius Dossenus, who was taken prisoner in 49 B.C. by Julius Caesar after the seven-day siege of Corfinium, the only resistance against Caesar's advance into Italy. Caesar released his prisoners after obtaining oaths of loyalty; oaths many promptly broke. The Rubria gens never attained much importance and this is the only member named on coinage.
RR88389. Silver denarius, Crawford 348/1, Sydenham 705, RSC I Rubria 1, BMCRR I Rome 2448, RBW Collection 1322, SRCV I 258, gVF, some luster, obverse die damage, crowed flan, scrape on reverse, tiny edge split, Rome mint, weight 3.974g, maximum diameter 18.2mm, die axis 270o, 87 B.C.; obverse head of Jupiter right, scepter over shoulder, DOSSEN downward behind and below; reverse triumphal quadriga walking right, side-panel ornamented with a thunderbolt, small Victory on top holding wreath, L∑RVBRI in exergue; $100.00 SALE PRICE $90.00











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