|Moneyer:||Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus|
|Held Office:||103 BC|
|Obverse:||Helmeted head of young Mars left, wearing crested and plumed helmet.|
|Reverse:||Roman soldier advancing right, fighting with uplifted sword a barbarian soldier before him and protecting with a shield a fallen comrade at his feet. "Q•THERM•MF", (the THE and MF in monogram).|
|Reference:||RCVM 197, RSC Minucia 19, RRC 319/1|
Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus
This reverse of this coin records the brave deeds of the moneyer's ancestor and namesake, who was consul in 193 BC. He was engaged in a severe contest with the Ligurians and is said to have distinguished himself by his bravery.
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