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Macer, C. Lici'nius

2. An account of his son, who bore the agnomen Calvus, and who is frequently described as C. Licinius Calvus, is given under CALVUS.

The annexed coin probably refers to No. 1. The obverse represents a youthful head, and the reverse Pallas in a chariot, drawn by four horses.

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