Ogulnius - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 86 BC to 86 BC
Ogulnius was one of the moneyers for the year 86 BC. He struck coins jointly with his colleagues C. Gargonius and M. Vergilius or Verginius, but is not otherwise known.

Gens Ogulnia was an ancient plebeian family at Rome. The gens first came to prominence at the beginning of the third century BC, when the brothers Quintus and Gnaeus Ogulnius, tribunes of the plebs, carried a law opening most of the Roman priesthoods to the plebeians. The only member of the family to obtain the consulship was Quintus Ogulnius Gallus in 269 BC.

The only praenomina known to have been used by the early Ogulnii were Quintus, Gnaeus, Lucius, and Marcus, although in a filiation from the Fasti Capitolini the ancestor of the Ogulnii Galli may have been named Aulus. The later Ogulnii used all of these, as well as Numerius, and there are examples of Publius and Titus as well.
Moneyer Ogulnius of the Roman Republic

Obverse: Head of Apollo right
Reverse: Jupiter in Quadriga right, Holding reins and thunderbolt
Ref: Cr. 350A/2
Obverse: laureate head of Apollo or Vejovis right, thunderbolt below
Reverse: Jupiter in quadriga right, holding thunderbolt and reins
Ref: Crawford 350a/2, SRCV I 266, RSC I...