Class A, Group 1b Geto-Dacian Monetary Copies. Page 4

C38. Types of M. Atilius Saranus, after 148 BC; cf. Cr-214/1b, 3.98g. Both sides slightly stylized, with mostly accurate legends; note especially the curved lance and odd depression around reverse legend.

C39. Types of L. Trebanius, after 135 BC; cf. Cr-241/1, 4.63g. Both sides somewhat stylized; traces of blundered legend below horses, blundered, retrograde ROMA in exergue.

(C25). Types of M Aburius Geminus, after 132 BC; cf. Cr-250/1, 3.47g. See C25+ for another example of these dies. Both sides close copies, slightly stylized; accurate legends.

C40. Types of P. Servilius Rullus, after 100 BC; cf. Cr-328/1, 3.73g. Both sides somewhat stylized; somewhat blundered obverse legend; reverse legend mostly off flan.

C41. Types of L. Julius Bursio, after 85 BC; cf. Cr-352/1, 3.74g. Both sides slightly stylized; no wings on obverse head; slightly blundered reverse legend.

C42. Types of L. Furius Brocchus, after 63 BC; cf. Cr-414/1, 4.17g. Both sides somewhat stylized; slightly blundered, essentially accurate rlegends.

(C28). Types of Q. Titius, after 90 BC; cf. Cr-341/2, 3.52g. Both sides somewhat stylized; accurate reverse legend. See C28+ for another example of these dies.

C43. Types of L. Manlius Torquatus, after 82 BC; cf. Cr-367/, 3.35g. Both sides somewhat stylized; blundered, recognizable legends.

C44. Types of L. Farsuleius Mensor, after 75 BC; cf. Cr-392/1b, 4.46g. Both sides somewhat stylized, obverse more so; blundered, recognizable legends and control number.

C45+. Anonymous types, after 115 BC; cf. Cr-287/1, 2.85g. Both sides slightly stylized, obverse legend OMA. See (C45+) for another example of these dies.

C46+. Types of L. Saufeius, after 152 BC, cf. Cr-204/1, 3.45g. Both sides faintly stylized; accurate, somewhat crude legends.

C47. Types of L. Julius Bursio, after 85 BC; cf. Cr-352/1a, 3.89g. Both sides meticulously copied, faintly stylized; blundered, meaningless reverse legend. This combination of meticulous engraving and nonsense legend is odd and unexplained.