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Cr. 379/1 L. Procilius AR denarius, 80 B.C., Rome mint

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Roman Republic L. Procilius AR Denarius(3.70g, 19mm). Rome, 80 BC. Head of Jupiter right; S•C behind / L PROCILI F, Juno Sospita advancing right, holding spear and shield aloft; serpent before. Crawford 379/1; Sydenham 771; Procilia 1.

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