L. Flaminius Chilo II - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 43 BC to 43 BC
L. Flaminius Chilo was one of the moneyers for the year 43 BC. He is not otherwise known, but must have been a supporter of Caesar, given his coinage.

Interestingly, Flaminius Chilo was a quattrovir monetalis - as Caesar had added a fourth member to the triumvirate in charge of striking coins, and also given them the liberty of striking gold coins.

Gens Flaminia was a plebeian family of little importance. During the first five centuries of Rome, no mention is made of any member of the Flaminia gens. The name Flaminius is evidently a derivative of flamen, and seems to have originally denoted a servant of a flamen. Chilo is found as a surname in a number of Roman families, and denotes a person with large or thick lips
L. Flaminius Chilo II
Moneyer L. Flaminius Chilo II of the Roman Republic