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3. L. Procillius, whom we know only from coins, a specimen of which is annexed. The obverse represents the head of Juno Sispita, and the reverse Juno in a chariot. We may infer from this coin that the Procillii came from Lanuvium, which was celebrated for its worship of Juno Sispita. (Eckhel, vol. v. p. 289.)

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