Triumvir Monetalis

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Roman Republic, AR Denarius struck 111-110 BC.
Triumvir Monetalis: Appius Claudius Pulcher, T. Manlius Mancius and Q. Urbinus.
Various Roman currency

Triumvir Monetalis [English: Monetal Triumvir] was one of three officers (moneyers) appointed in Ancient Rome to oversee the minting of coins. The English word "money", the French word "monnaie", the Spanish word "moneda" and the Portuguese word "moeda" are perhaps derived from this title.

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