L. Hostilius Saserna - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 48 BC to 48 BC
L. Hostilius Saserna was one of the moneyers for the year 48 BC - he is not otherwise known.

The gens Hostilia was an ancient family at Rome, which traced its origin to the time of Romulus. The most famous member of the gens was Tullus Hostilius, the third King of Rome; however, all of the Hostilii known from the time of the Republic were plebeians.

Saserna may be a non-Latin nomen or cognomen,
L. Hostilius Saserna
Moneyer L. Hostilius Saserna of the Roman Republic

Obverse: female (Pietas or Clementia?) head right wearing oak-wreath, cruciform earring, necklace and jewel above her ear, hair collected into a knot behind, and falling down her neck
Reverse: Victory running right, holding caduceus, Gallic trophy and palm fronds, L·HOSTILI
Ref: Crawford 448/2, Sydenham 951, BMCRR...
Obverse: Bare head of Gallia (or Pallor?) right, wearing long, dissheveled hair; carnyx to left.
Reverse: Diana (Artemis) standing facing, laureate, wearing long hair falling down her shoulders and long flowing robes, holding spear in left hand and stag by its antlers in her right; SASERNA upward around left, L • HOSTILIVS downward to right
Ref: Crawford 448/3