L. Titurius Sabinus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 89 BC to 89 BC.
L. Titurius Sabinus was one of the moneyers for the year 89 BC.

Under his tenure, a series of coins alluding the the legendary abduction of the Sabine women were struck - soldiers carrying Sabine women, the killing of Tarpeia, obverses featuring King Titus Tatius of the Sabines, etc.
L. Titurius Sabinus
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An AR Denarius struck 89 BC in Rome
Obverse: head of king Titus Tatius right, palm branch right A·PV / SABIN

Reverse: two Roman soldiers running left, each bearing a Sabine woman in his arms L·TITVRI

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4.2 g
The reverse shows the famous rape of the Sabine women. "The Sabines were ancient people of central Italy ... From the earliest days there was a Sabine element in Rome. After foundation of the double kingdom of Romulus and Titus Tatius the Romans were called Quirites too (populus Romanus Quiritium), referring to Cures, the capital of the Sabinians, where Numa Pompilius was originated too. The story of the rape of the Sabine women to supply wives for the womanless followers of Romulus is a legend explaining this fact. Many Roman religious practices are said to have Sabine origins. Rome was involved in numerous wars with the inland Sabines; Horatius is supposed to have defeated them in the 5th cent. BC, and Marcus Curius Dentatus conquered them in 290 BC. The Sabines became Roman citizens 268 BC. The Samnites were possibly a branch of the Sabines. Anyway often the Samnites were confused by the Romans with the Sabinians." - Jochen's Coins of mythological interest
Crawford 344/1c; Sydenham 698b; Tituria 3; RR1 2324, p.297
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An AR Denarius struck 89 BC in Rome
Obverse: head of king Tatius right SABIN

Reverse: Victory in biga right holding wreath and reins L·TITVRI, controlmark in exergue (trophy?)

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.91 g
Titus Tatius was legendary king of Sabine tribe. Sabinus family was Sabine origin and probably also claimed they are descendants of Titus Tatius.
Crawford 344/3, Sydenham 700, RSC I Tituria 6, SRCV I 253; rev. die match - BM 1950,1006.381