L. Plautius Hypsaeus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 194 BC to 190 BC.
L. Plautius Hypsaeus was one of the moneyers between 194 and 190 BC.

Gens Plautia was a plebeian gens that probably came from Privernum. The first member of the gens Plautia to reach consular rank was Gaius Plautius Proculus, who became consul in 358 BCE and was magister equitum to the first plebeian dictator Gaius Marcius Rutilus.

The principal name used by the Gens Plautia in the times of the Roman Republic was Gaius. Marcus was the primary name in the Silvanus branch, while Aulus was the primary name in the Lateranus branch, who both flourished during the early Imperial period.
L. Plautius Hypsaeus
An AR Denarius struck 195-190 BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet X

Reverse: Dioscuri riding right on horses holding stears and reins; stars over their pilei (LPLH) ROMA

Diameter: 20.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.6 g
Crawford 134/1b; RSC Plautia 1; Sydenham 332