C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 48 BC to 48 BC.
Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetronianus was consul of the Roman Republic in 43 BC.

Although supporting Gaius Julius Caesar during the Civil War, he pushed for the restoration of the Republic upon Caesar’s death. He died of injuries sustained at the Battle of Forum Gallorum.

The cognomen 'Pansa' literally means 'splay-footed', so an ancestor probably possessed this trait to a noticable degree.
C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus
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An AR Denarius struck 48 BC in Rome
Obverse: mask of Pan right, PANSA

Reverse: radiate Jupiter Axurus seated left, holding patera and long scepter, IOVIS·AXVR· C·VIBIVS·C·F·C·N

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Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
Coin depicts radiated beardless Jupiter Axurus who seems to be simmilar to the Apollo, Sol or Syrian Jupiter Heliopolitanus. His temple complex from the first century BC stood on the cliff above town Terracina which gave to the world the word terrace. Moneyer was adoptive son of C Vibius C.f. Pansa. He became tribune in 51 BC and supported Caesar. In 43 BC he and Aulus Hirtius were sent with two senate armies to attack Marc Antony. Their armies won the battle of Forum Gallorum near Mutina but Hirtius died in the battle and Pansa was mortally wounded so Octavian Caesar became commander of the whole army.
Crawford 449/1a; SRCV I 420; Sydenham 947; RSC I Vibia 18; Sear CRI 20