P. Licinius Crassus Junianus - Legatus Propraetor of Res Publica Romana from 47 BC to 46 BC
P. Licinius Crassus Junianus was Legatus Propraetor in 47-46 BC, and struck coins jointly with Metellus Scipio.

A Legatus Pro Praetore was an ex-consul, who was given the governorship of a Roman province with the magisterial powers of a praetor, which in some cases gave him command of four or more legions. A legatus was entitled to twelve lictors who carried out punishments with fasces (bundled rods).

Crassus was a common surname, which could mean "dull, thick," or "solid".
P. Licinius Crassus Junianus
Legatus Propraetor P. Licinius Crassus Junianus of the Roman Republic

Obverse: G T A above, Q METEL PIVS right, SCIPIO IMP left, the Genius of Africa (Sekhmet the lion-headed Egyptian goddess) standing facing, holding ankh in right hand
Reverse: P CRASSVS IVN right, LEG PRO P R left - Victory standing left, holding winged caduceus in right hand, small round shield in left
Ref: RSC Caecilia 51