Obverse: Veiled and turreted head of Cybele right, EX. A. PV behind.
Reverse: Victory in biga right, F and dot below horses, stork before, C. FABI. C. F. in exergue
The goddess Cybele, also known as Magna Mater, or “Great Mother,” was imported to the Roman Empire from Asia Minor. Her iconography often depicts her as enthroned and flanked by two lions. Additionally, she is often portrayed as veiled and turreted, accompanied by her consort, Attis.
Crawford 322/1b. RSC Fabia 14. - (C.5377)