This coin bears two moneyer marks from two different gens.
The gens Curtia was a family known only by its name agreeing with that of the Roman knight who, for his country’s sake, precipitated himself into a gulf in the Forum.
The gens Junia was one of the most celebrated families at Rome. The gens may originally have been patrician. The family was already prominent in the last days of the Roman monarchy.
This issue was hand struck in Plovdiv, Bulgaria (ancient Roman province Philippopolis). It goes without saying you always get the exact item in the picture.
Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind
Jupiter in galloping quadriga right
M. SILA, ROMA in ex.
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