M. Lucilius Mn.f. M.n. Rufus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 101 BC to 101 BC.
M. Lucilius Mn.f. M.n. Rufus was one of the moneyers for the year 101 BC. Hes is not otherwise known, but is perhaps the son of Mn. Lucilius M.f. who was senator in 129 BC.

Gens Lucilia was a plebeian family at ancient Rome. The most famous of the gens was the poet Gaius Lucilius, who flourished during the latter part of the second century BC.

Although many Lucilii appear in Roman history, none of them obtained any of the higher offices of the Roman state.

The cognomen Rufus was commonly given to people with red hair.
M. Lucilius Mn.f. M.n. Rufus
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An AR Denarius struck 96 (101)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet all within wreath PV

Reverse: Victory in biga left, holding whip and reins RVF M·LVCILI

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
The PV on the obverse indicates this coin was struck from silver withdrawn from the public treasury (EX ARGENTO PVBLICO).
Crawford 324/1, SRCV I 202, Sydenham 599, RSC I Lucilia 1, BMCRR Rome 1613