C. Publicius Q.f. - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 80 BC to 80 BC
C. Publicius Q.f. was one of the moneyers of the year 80 BC. He is not otherwise known.

Gens Publicia, occasionally found as Poblicia or Poplicia, was a plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned in history during the period following the First Punic War, and the only one to achieve the consulship was Marcus Publicius Malleolus in 232 BC.

The nomen Publicius belongs to a class of gentilicia derived from words ending in -icus. The root, publicus, is a Latin adjective meaning "to or of the people". Although the Publicii are not mentioned at Rome prior to the third century BC, they claimed descent from a legendary figure from the time of the kings.
C. Publicius Q.f.
Moneyer C. Publicius Q.f. of the Roman Republic

Obverse: Helmeted and draped bust of Roma right; K (control mark) above; ROMA downwards in left field.
Reverse: Hercules standing left, strangling Nemean Lion; club at his feet, K (control mark) above; bow and arrows in left field; C•POBLICI•Q•F upwards in right field.
Ref: Crawford 380/1
Obverse: draped bust of Roma right wearing Phrygian helmet with side feathers; ROMA / P
Reverse: naked Hercules left strangling Nemean lion; bow with arrows in quiver left, club below; C·POBLICI·Q·F / P
Ref: Crawford 380/1, SRCV I 308, Sydenha...