Saxula Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 169 BC to 158 BC.
Saxula was one of the moneyers for the year 169-158 BC. He was perhaps a younger brother of the moneyer C. Cluvius Saxula, but is otherwise unknown.

Gens Cluvia was a Roman family during the later Republic, and early imperial times. C. Cluvius Saxula senior was the first of the family to achieve prominence. he Cluvii do not appear to have been divided into distinct families. Individual members of the gens bore the personal cognomina Saxula, a little rock, and Rufus, red or reddish.

The Cluvii were of Campanian origin. The earliest member of the family appearing in history was Faucula Cluvia, a courtesan at Capua during the Second Punic War.
(1) Saxula
An AE As struck 170-158 BC in Rome
Obverse: laureate head of Janus; I

Reverse: prow of galley right; S(AX) / I / ROMA

Diameter: 33 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 31.5 g
No notes for this coin
Crawford 180/1; Sydenham 361; Type as RBW 762