M. Tullius Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 120 BC to 120 BC.
M Tullius was moneyer in 120 BC, but is not otherwise known. He is perhaps the father of M Tullius Decula, one of the consuls for the year 81 BC.

Gens Tullia was an Ancient Roman family, who claimed descent from Servius Tullius, an early king of Rome.

Not all those who have the nomen are related by blood; Cicero did not believe that he was descended from Servius Tullius, though at one point he referred to their shared gens.
M. Tullius
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An AR Denarius struck 120 BC in Rome
Obverse: ROMA, helmeted head of Roma right

Reverse: M·TVLLI, Victory driving quadriga right, holding reigns and palm, wreath above, X below horses

Diameter: 21.2 mm
Die Orientation: 2 H
Weight: 3.8 g
M Tullius was moneyer in 120 BC, but is not otherwise known. He is perhaps the father of M Tullius Decula, one of the consuls for the year 81 BC. EX Agora Auctions lot 31-115
Crawford 280/1; Sydenham 531; RSC Tullia 1
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An AR Denarius struck 119 (120)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet ROMA

Reverse: Victory in quadriga right holding reins and palm branch; wreath above X M·TVLLI

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4 g
The wreath might represent an eclipse that occurred on 11 November 120 B.C., which the Romans declared indicated divine support for their recent victories in southern France. The reverse more likely commemorates the victories of Servius Tullius, the moneyer's ancestor, over the Sabines. He was the first Roman to be awarded the laurel wreath. The mark of value (X) on the reverse is very unusual.
Crawford 280/1, SRCV I 155, Sydenham 531, RSC I Tullia 1