Roman Republic, C. Servilius M.f., AR Denarius 136 BCE. Obv. Head of Roma right wearing winged helmet, wreath behind neck, ROMA beneath with * [XVI monogram] to left / Rev. Dioscuri on horseback riding in opposite directions, heads turned back to face each other, twin on right holding spear downwards behind horse, C. SERVEILI M F in exergue. RSC I Servilia 1, Crawford 239/1, Sydenham 525, Sear RCV I 116 (ill.), BMCRR Italy 540. 19.35 mm., 3.89 g. [According to Sear, this is the first Republican coin with the “ROMA” legend on the obverse.] Seller's images: My own attempts (not because I think I can do better -- although I think the obverse may be slightly blurred in the seller's photo -- but to show a little more detail, as with the Postumius Albinus/priest & heifer photos I posted yesterday). Does anyone know of any other Republican (or Imperial) coins showing the Dioscuri doing something other than galloping in the same direction?