|Held Office:||101 BC|
|Denomination:||Fourrée silver plated denarius|
|Obverse:||Head of Roma right in winged helmet, "• R" (control mark) behind.|
|Reverse:||Marius as Triumphator in a slow quadriga right, holding laurel branch in left hand and staff in right; child seated on near horse, "Q" above, "C•FVNDAN" in exergue.|
|Reference:||RSC I Fundania 1, RCVM 204, RRC 326/1|
A remarkable type commemorating Marius' joint triumph with Q. Lutatius Catalus in 101 BC. Crawford suggests that the rider on the near horse may be Marius' 8-year old son. Fundanius strikes as Questor, though with no reference to special senatorial authority for the issue.
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