2. L. Caninius
Gallus, L. F., a son of No. 1, was consul in B. C. 37 with M. Agrippa.
He is mentioned in the coin annexed, which belongs to B. C. 18 as a triumvir monetalis.
The obverse represents the head of Augustus, and the reverse a Parthian kneeling, presenting a standard, with L. CANINIVS GALLVS IIIVIR. (Fasti; Dio Cass. Index,
lib. 48, and 48.49; Borghesi, in the Giornale Arcadico,
vol. xxvi, p. 66, &c.)