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Claudius and T. Manl(ius) as Quaestors see on no. 299. 2 The military coinage of die first period (nos. 59-111 and 125-31; see p. 12 for discussion of dates and mints) was, I think, produced under the overall control of the Senate. When A. Cornelius Mammilla and T. Otacilius Crassus, governors of Sardinia and Sicily in 216, asked for money, they were told there was none (Livy xxiii, 21, 4; cf. 3 Whether this decree was regarded as authorising other commanders in the field to produce coinage also, whether each was specifically authorised or whether a general enabling decree was passed, I am fairly certain that all commanders who produced coinage regarded themselves as doing so in response to the wishes of the Senate.
601-2), sometimes accompanied by the abbreviated designation of a Republican or quasi-Republican magistracy, from IIIVIR and IIIIVIR to Q and IMPERAT(OR). In diese last cases the immediate source of audaority for the striking of the coins is apparent (for magistrates other dian moneyers see below). The names not accompanied by the designation of a magistracy are usually taken to be those of moneyers. This seems to me basically right. For the first century or so of die denarius coinage it simply never occurred to a moneyer (or 1 For which see Th.
248) perhaps belonged to the same family as L. Minucius Basilus, who died in Greece and presumably had interests there (Cicero, de off. iii, 73; Valerius Maximus ix, 4, 1; his nephew and adopted son is perhaps the Minucius who appears as Ephebe at Pergamum, RE Minucius 7); the moneyers L. Cossutius Sabula (no. 395) and Q. Crepereius Rocus (no. 399) surely belonged to the two families with the same nomina active in the East (on the latter see now B. Levick and S. Jameson, JRS 1964, 98). For the age at election of a moneyer see p.