Denarius - Sydenham 539 - Crawford 284/1a

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Crawford says Marcus Calidius is perhaps the father of Quintus Calidius, praetor of 79.Quintus Metellus may be either Quintus Caecilius Metellus Numidicus, consul of 109, or more likely Quintus Caecilius Metellus Nepos, consul of 98. Gnaeus Fulvius is not otherwise known. Sydenham notes two possible mints, one in northern Italy the other in Cisalpine Gaul, as opposed to Crawford’s indication the coin was minted in Rome. He also notes a date of 106 B.C.E. that...
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