Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 103 BC to 103 BC
Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus was one of the moneyers for the year 103 BC. He probably had a long-standing alliance with Pompey.

Gens Minucia was a Roman family, which flourished from the earliest days of the Republic until imperial times. The gens was apparently of patrician origin, but was better known by its plebeian branches. The first of the Minucii to hold the consulship was Marcus Minucius Augurinus, elected consul in 497 BC.

The cognomen Thermus, a borrowing from Greek, might refer to a bath or hot springs.
Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus
Moneyer Q. Minucius M.f. Thermus of the Roman Republic

Obverse: Helmeted head of Mars left
Reverse: Q*TERM*MF below two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen man
Ref: Syd 592, Cr319/1
Obverse: Head of Mars left, wearing crested helmet ornamented with plume and annulet.
Reverse: Two warriors fighting, each armed with sword in right hand and shield in left; the one on the left protects a fallen comrade; the other wears horned helmet; Q•THERM•MF in exergue.
Ref: Crawford 319/1
Obverse: head of Mars left waring crested helmet ornamented with feather and annulet
Reverse: Q. Minucius Q.f. L.n. Thermus right fighting barbarian (Ligurian) left wearing horned helmet over Roman soldier kneeling right; everyone holding sword and shield; Q·(THE)RM·(MF)
Ref: Crawford 319/1, Sydenham 592, RSC I...
Obverse: Helmeted head of Mars left
Reverse: Two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen man; Q•TERM•MF in exergue
Ref: Crawford 319/1; RSC Minucia 19