Countermark: Monogram (= cmk 92), see Guadán, p. 100, no. 140 (not verified). Coins 7 and 8 are the only ones on which it is possible to read the upper left part of the rev. legend, since onother coins this part is off flan or has been poorly minted. DCPH II, pp. 374-375 has proposed the reading MVN AV, but it is not absolutely certain that in that part of the legend MVN AV has to be read, since: (1) the supposed crosspiece of the letter A is not like that on the other As whether on the obverse or the reverse; (2) on the better conserved piece the presumed crosspiece extends to the right and it does not reach the left side; (3) until now the possibility of this reading only occurs in the reverse of two coins, which share the same die, and no other die in Turiaso’s output. It seems more logical to read MVN and to look for another type of explanation for the presence of the two small lines. The epithet AVGVSTA, complete or abbreviated, does not occur on any other coin of Turiaso or on any other recorded document.