L. Memmius - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 109 BC to 108 BC
L. Memmius was one of the moneyers for the year 109-108 BC. He is known to have visited Egypt as a senator in 112 BC.

Gens Memmia was a plebeian family at Rome. The first member of the gens to achieve prominence was Gaius Memmius Gallus, praetor in 173 BC. From the period of the Jugurthine War to the age of Augustus they contributed numerous tribunes to the Republic.

The poet Vergilius linked the family of the Memmii with the Trojan hero Mnestheus. This late tradition demonstrates that by the end of the Republic, the gens had become a conspicuous branch of the Roman nobility. The main praenomina of the Memmii were Gaius, Lucius, Quintus, and Publius. There is also at least one example of Titus.
L. Memmius
Moneyer L. Memmius of the Roman Republic