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Sisenna, Cn. Corne'lius

occurs only on coins, a specimen of which is annexed. The obverse represents the head of Pallas with SISENA and ROMA, the reverse Jupiter in a quadriga hurling his thunderbolt at the prostrate giants. The sun, the moon, and a star are also seen on the reverse; the legend is CN. CORNEL. L. F.

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