Baebius Tamphilus - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 194 BC to 190 BC
Baebius Tamphilus was one of the moneyers for the years 194-190 BC. He is either Cn. Baebius Tamphilus, Praetor in 168 BC, or his cousin M. Baebius Tamphilus, Consul in 181 BC.

Gens Baebia was a plebeian family in ancient Rome. The first member of the gens who obtained the consulship was Gnaeus Baebius Tamphilus, in 182 BC. During the later Republic, the Baebii were frequently connected with the patrician family of the Aemilii.

The cognomina of the Baebii are Dives, Herennius, Sulca, and Tamphilus. The last is the only surname which appears on coins, where it is written Tampilus. All of the consuls and most of the praetors of this gens during the Republic belonged to this branch of the family. The Baebii used the praenomina Quintus, Gnaeus, Marcus, Lucius, Gaius, and Aulus.
Baebius Tamphilus
Moneyer Baebius Tamphilus of the Roman Republic