2. L. Vinicius
, L. F., consul suffectus B. C. 33, was perhaps the same person as the preceding.
The accompanying coin was struck by this Vinicius, since we learn from other coins bearing on the obverse the head of Augustus, that L. Vinicius was triumvir of the mint under Augustus.
The coin annexed has on the obverse the head of Concordia, and on the reverse a figure of Victory with L. VINICI. (Eckhel, vol. v. p. 343.)