M. Atilius Saranus - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 148 BC to 148 BC
This moneyer is probably identical to Marcus Atilius Serranus, who was praetor in Hispania Ulterior in 152 BC

He defeated the Lusitani, and took their principal city, Oxthracae.
M. Atilius Saranus
Moneyer M. Atilius Saranus of the Roman Republic

Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right, X (mark of value) below chin, SARAN behind.
Reverse: The Dioscuri on horseback riding right. Below horses, M•ATILI and ROMA in linear border in exergue.
Ref: Crawford 214/1b, Sydenham 398, Atil...
(2) M. Atilius Saranus 155-150 (148)BC
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet; SAR(AN) / X
Reverse: Dioscuri on horses riding right, stars over pilei, holding spear and reins; M·ATILI / ROMA
Ref: Crawford 214/1a, Sydenham 398a, RSC...