5. Cn. Cornelius
Cinna Magnus, son of No. 3, and therefore grandson of Pompey, whence he received the surname of Magnus. Though he sided with Antony against Octavius, he was preferred to a priesthood by the conqueror, and became consul in A. D. 5. (Senec. de Clem.
1.9; D. C. 55.14. 22
The name of Cinna occurs, in the form of Cina,
on asses, semisses, and trientes.
A specimen of one is given below: the obverse represents the head of Janus, the reverse the prow of a ship.