- Monetalis of Res publica Romana from 46 BC to 46 BC
Titus Carisius was one of the moneyers for the year 46 BC.
Carisius is possibly identical to the Carisius who defeated the Astures in Hispania in 25 BC, and took their chief town, Lancia.
In consequence of his cruelty and insolence, the Astures took up arms again in 22.
Moneyer T. Carisius of the Roman Republic
head of Roma right wearing ornate helmet, ROMA
cornucopia on celestial globe, scepter left, rudder right all within wreath, T·CARISI
Ref: Crawford 464/3a, RSC I Carisia 4, B...
Head of Juno Moneta right; MONETA downwards in left field.
Implements for coining money: anvil die with garlanded punch die above, tongs and hammer on either side; T•CARISIVS above; all within laurel wreath.
head of Sibyla Herophile right
sphinx seated right; T·CARISIVS / III·VIR
Ref: Crawford 464/1, SRCV I 321, Sydenha...
Head of Roma right, wearing ornate helmet; ROMA behind.
Scepter, cornucopia on globe, and rudder; T • CARISI below; all within laurel wreath.
Head of Sibyl Herophile right, hair elaborately decorated with jewels and enclosed in a sling, tied with bands.
Sphinx seated right; T • CARISIVS above, III • VIR in exergue.