Q. Pomponius Musa - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 66 BC to 66 BC
Quintus Pomponius Musa was a magistrate, moneyer and banker during the Republican Period in Rome, around 66 BC.

Musa created ten coin designs: one design for each of the nine Muses, a play on Musa's name; and one coin featuring the image of Hercules with the inscription HERCULES MUSARUM (Hercules of the Muses). All ten designs depict the specific muse on the reverse, while featuring the image of Apollo on the obverse; Apollo presided over the Muses.

When Hercules is represented, he is called Hercules Musarum, or Musageta, that is, "The leader of the Muses." He was known by this name in Greece, and later in Rome, when his statue and those of the nine Muses were brought from Greece, and the temple erected there for their reception.
Q. Pomponius Musa
Moneyer Q. Pomponius Musa of the Roman Republic

(1) Q. Pomponius Musa 56 BC
Obverse: Laureate bust of Apollo (or Erato?) facing right with hair rolled back and in loose locks over the forehead, flower or rosette before ear and a flower on stalk (or a compound plectrum?) to left, possibly a lily.
Reverse: Erato, the Muse of Erotic Poetry, standing slightly right, habited in the stola — over which is the palla, — holding a kithara, and playing upon it with a simple plectrum held at her side; Q•POMPONI to left; MVSA to right.
Ref: Crawford 410/7b corr. (rev. type)