2. L. Aemilius
Buca, the son, supplicated the judges on behalf of M. Scaurus at his trial in B. C. 54. (Ascon. l.
The following coin is supposed to refer to him, on the obverse of which is the head of Caesar, with PERPETVO CAESAR, and on the reverse Venus seated holding a small statue of Victory, with the inscription L. BUCA. There are several other coins belonging to this Buca, on some of which we find the inscription, L. AEMILIUS BUCA IIIVIR, from which it would appear that he was a triumvir of the mint. (Eckhel, vi. pp. 8, 9.)