C. Mamilius C.f. Limetanus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 82 BC to 82 BC.
C. Mamilius C.f. Limetanus was one of the moneyers for the year 82 BC. He struck serrate denarii at an unknown italian mint, but is otherwise unknown.

Gens Mamilia was a plebeian family at Rome during the period of the Republic. The gens was originally one of the most distinguished families of Tusculum, and indeed in the whole of Latium. It is first mentioned in the time of the Tarquins; and it was to a member of this family, Octavius Mamilius, that Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, the seventh and last King of Rome, betrothed his daughter.

The Mamilii were divided into three families, with the cognomina Limetanus, Turrinus, and Vitulus, of which the two latter were the most ancient and important. Limetanus is the only surname which occurs on coins.
C. Mamilius C.f. Limetanus
An AR Denarius Serratus struck 83 (82)BC in Praeneste | Rome
Obverse: draped bust of Mercury right wearing winged petasus caduceus behind

Reverse: Ulysses walking right, holding staff, dog Argus left; C·MAMIL__LIME(TA)N

Diameter: 18 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4.1 g
No notes for this coin
Crawford 362/1, SRCV I 282, Sydenham 741, RSC I Mamilia 6
An AR Denarius struck 83 (82)BC in Rome
Obverse: veiled and draped bust of Venus right; L·CENSORIN

Reverse: Venus in biga right holding reins and goad; CXVIII / C·LIME(TA) / P·CREPVSI

Diameter: 16.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.8 g
L. Marcius Censorinus, C. Mamilius C.f. Limetanus and P. Crepusius
Crawford 360/1b, SRCV I 284, Sydenham 736a, RSC I Marcia 27