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English: Marcus Iunius Brutus. Late summer-autumn 42 BC.
AR Denarius (17mm, 3.96 g, 12h). Military mint traveling with Brutus and Cassius in western Asia Minor or northern Greece. P. Servilius Casca Longus, moneyer.
Laureate and bearded head of Neptune right; trident below; CASCA upward to left, LONGVS upward right
Victory advancing right on broken scepter, holding palm frond in left hand over left shoulder and broken diadem bound with fillet in both hands; BRVTVS upward to left, IMP upward to right.
Italiano: Bruto, estate-autunno 42 a.C.
AR Denario (17mm, 3.96 g, 12h). Zecca militare in viaggio con Bruto e Cassio nell'Asia Minore occidentale o nel nord della Grecia. Servilio Casca Longo, magistrato monetario.
Testa laureata e barbata di Nettuno dx; sotto tridente; a sinistra CASCA verso l'alto, a destra LONGVS verso l'alto.
Vittoria andante su uno scettro spezzato, tiene una fronda di palma nella mano sinistra poggiata sulla spalla sinistra e un diadema spezzato legato con un nastro con entrambe le mani; a sinistra BRVTVS verso l'alto, a destra IMP verso l'alto.

Crawford 507/2; CRI 212; RSC 3; Sydenham 1298; Kestner 3779; BMCRR East 63-65.

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