C. Fabius C.f. Q.n. Hadrianus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 102 BC to 102 BC.
Gaius Fabius Hadrianus was one of the moneyers for the year 102 BC. He was later was praetor in 84 BC and propraetor 83–82 in the Roman province of Africa.

He is known primarily for the sensational circumstances of his death: during an uprising at the beginning of Sulla's second civil war, the governor’s residence was set on fire and Hadrianus was burned alive.

Gens Fabia was one of the most ancient patrician families at Rome. The gens played a prominent part in history soon after the establishment of the Republic, and three brothers were invested with seven successive consulships, from 485 to 479 BC, thereby cementing the high repute of the family.
C. Fabius C.f. Q.n. Hadrianus
An AR Denarius struck 97 (102)BC in Rome
Obverse: veiled turreted bust of Cybele right dot over Λ

Reverse: Victory in biga right, holding goad and reins; heron right C·FABI·C·F

Diameter: 22 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4 g
Heron on the reverse refers to the foundation of colonia Ardea in 442 BC when M. Fabius Vibulianus was consul. This is supported by turreted Cybele on the obverse. Moneyer was praetor in 84 BC.
Crawford 322/1a, RSC I Fabia 15, Sydenham 589, SRCV I 200 var.; RR1 1585, p.222; Ghey, Leins & Crawford 2010 322.1.7