30. L. CAECILIUS METELLUS, a triumvir of the mint, whose name is only known from coins, a specimen of which is annexed.
The obverse has the head of Apollo, with (L.) METEL. A. ALB. S. F.: the reverse, a man sitting on shields, whom Victory is crowning from behind, with C. MAL., and beneath, ROMA. It thus appears that the colleagues of this Metellus were A. Albinus and C. Malleolus. (Eckhel, vol. v. p. 279.)