|Moneyer:||Mn. Cordius Rufus|
|Held Office:||46 BC|
|Obverse:||Jugate heads of Dioscuri [X bankers mark on cheek], wearing laureate pilei right, "RVFVS[•IIIVIR]" around.|
|Reverse:||Venus, standing left, holding scales and sceptre, Cupid perched on her shoulder, "MN•C[ORDI]" (MN in monogram) downwards to right.|
|Reference:||RRC 463/1b; RSC Cordia 1; RCVM 440|
Mn. Cordius Rufus
The fact that this moneyer is of Tusculan origin is revealed by the jugate heads of the Dioscuri on the obverse of this coin. Tusculum was the chief cult-centre of the Dioscuri in Latium.
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