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Home > Catalog > |Roman Coins| > |Roman Republic| > |150-100 B.C.| > RR92936
Roman Republic, Marcus Porcius Laeca, c. 125 B.C.
This moneyer was a descendant of P. Porcius Laeca, praetor in 195 B.C., who proposed and carried the Lex Porcia de Provocatione. This granted Roman citizens residing outside the city the right to appeal rulings of military magistrates.
RR92936. Silver denarius, Crawford 270/1, Sydenham 513, RSC I Porcia 3, BMCRE I Rome 1024, RBW Collection 1088, SRCV I 146, VF, toned, banker's marks, die wear, rough areas, tiny edge cut, Rome mint, weight 3.735g, maximum diameter 18.5mm, die axis 15o, c. 125 B.C.; obverse head of Roma left in winged helmet, crest with griffin head, peaked visor in three pieces, wearing plain single drop earring and necklace, hair in three locks, X (mark of value) below chin, LAECA downward behind; reverse Libertas driving fast quadriga right, pileus in right hand, rod and reins in left hand, Victory flying left above crowning her with wreath, MēPORC below horses, ROMA in exergue; SOLD


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