P. Porcius Laeca Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 110 BC to 109 BC.
Publius Porcius Laeca was one of the moneyers for the year 110-109 BC. He later served as Tribunis Plebis in the 90s BC.

Gens Porcia, rarely written Portia, was a plebeian family at Ancient Rome. Its members first appear in history during the third century BC. The first of the gens to achieve the consulship was Marcus Porcius Cato in 195 BC, and from then until imperial times, the Porcii regularly occupied the highest offices of the Roman state.

In the time of the Republic, there were three main branches of the Porcii, bearing the surnames Laeca, Licinus, and Cato, of which the most illustrious was Cato. Other cognomina are found under the Empire.
P. Porcius Laeca
An AR Denarius struck 107 (110-109)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet ROMA / P L(AE)CA X

Reverse: magistrate standing left in military dress with hand raised, citizen in toga before him, attendant behind magistrate with rod in right and two rods in left PROVOCO

Diameter: 18 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
Reverse commemorates the second Lex Porcia (Lex de Porcia de tergo civium) proposed by M. Porcius Cato (Cato the Elder), the junior consul in 195 BC which extended the right to provocatio (appeal) against flogging.
Crawford 301/1, SRCV I 178, Sydenham 571a, RSC I Porcia 4