Obverse legend : SALVTIS.
Obverse description : Tête de Salus (la Santé) laurée à droite.
Obverse translation : “Salutis”, (de la Santé).
Reverse legend : (MN) ACILIVS/ III VIR VALE(TV).
Reverse description : Valetudo (la Santé) debout à gauche, appuyée sur une colonne de la main gauche et tenant un serpent de la main droite.
Reverse translation : “Manius Acilius Triumviri Valetudinis”, (Manius Acilius triumvir monétaire Valetudo).
(49 BC) Manius Acilius Glabrio
Manius Acilius is the son of Manius Acilius Glabrio and Æmilia, the daughter of Marcus Aemilius Metella and Scaurus. Metella Sylla married his second wife. She died in 82 BC Æmilia was chosen to become the wife of Pompey, although already married Glabrio. She died in 81 BC Glabrio father was consul 67 BC and governor of Pontus and Bithynia in 66. According to the mint, Glabrio was monetary (Triumvir monetales) in 49 BC or 50 according to the work of Mr. Harlan. It seems to have belonged to the Pompeian party.