|Held Office:||150 BC|
|Obverse:||Helmeted head of Roma right. "X" behind to left|
|Reverse:||Diana in Biga right, holding whip. "FLAVS" below horses. "ROMA" in exergue|
|Reference:||RCVM 86, RSC Decimia 1, RRC 207/1|
C. DECIMIUS FLAVUS
His ancestor of the same name, was Tribune of the Soldiers in 209 B.C. He rescued M. Claudius Marcellus from defeat by repulsing a charge of Hanibal's elephants. The previous Flavus was made Praetor Urbanus in 184 B.C. and died the same year.
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