Empress of Blandings, I simply couldn't resist this reverse. There already are multiple good write-ups on this type on CT as well as an informative webpage by @dougsmit, which is why I will not go into great detail here. The obverse of this denarius shows the jugate heads of the dei penates, the Roman deities of domestic affairs and guardians of the storeroom. On the reverse, we probably see a scene from the Aeneid: Aeneas and his companions find a white sow along with her litter lying under an oak tree, which acoording to an earlier prophecy marks the location where they are supposed to build the city of Lavinium. Roman Republic, moneyer: C. Sulpicius, AR denarius serratus, 106 BC, Rome mint. Obv: D. P. P; jugate, laureate heads of the dei penates publici l. Rev: C. SVLPICI. C. F; two male figures standing facing each other, each holding spear in l. hand and with r. hand pointing at sow which lies between them; above, control-letter C. 20mm, 4.00g. Ref: RRC 312/1. Please show your coins with pigs and boars of all sorts!