C. Considius Nonianus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 57 BC to 57 BC.
C. Considius Nonianus was one of the moneyers for the year 57 BC. He is not otherwise known.

Gens Considia was a plebeian family at Rome. None of the members of this gens ever obtained any higher office in the state than the praetorship, and are, with one exception, mentioned only in the last century of the Republic.

Nonianus implies a connection with the gens Nonia, although whether the individual bearing it was adopted from that family, or descended from it through the maternal line, cannot be determined.
C. Considius Nonianus
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An AR Denarius struck 60? (56)BC in Rome
Obverse: laureate draped bust of Venus Erycina right, wearing stephane, C·CONSIDI·NONIANI S·C

Reverse: tetrastyle temple of Venus Erycina on the top of mount Eryx, Porta Collina (place of Sulla's great victory)*, ERVC

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.6 g
scarce. *The temple of Venus Erycina on the top of mountain in the west of Sicily should had been founded by Aeneas and historian Polybios described it as the greatest and most splendid of all sacred places of Sicily. Venus Erycina was patroness of sex and protector of prostitutes. Chosen designe of coin indicates moneyer's loyalty to Pompey who competed for Venus' favour with Caesar. Pompey claimed he inherited Venus' favour from Sulla who worshipped this goddes. According Harlan temple is only structure in the background whereas in the foreground there is Colline Gate, place of Sulla's famous victory. Roman temple of Venus Erycina stood at Quirinal near Colline Gate.
Crawford 424/1, Sydenham 888, RSC I Considia 1b