The attribution to Forum Iulii must be abandoned in view of the new discoveries (nos. 3-7) and the coins given to the pagus Matavonicvs, which was a part of the city of Forum Iulii. Matavo (the present Cabasse) probably issued this small coinage after 27 BC, as the first Augustan prototypes date from 27 onwards. The attribution to Matavo was first proposed by G. Bérard, ‘A propos de trouvailles monétaires du Pagus Matavonicus et de Forum Voconii au Ier s. avant J.-C., communes de Cabasse et du Cannet-des-Maures’, Cahiers Numismatiques 90 (déc. 1986), pp. 206-11; and emphasized by G. Bérard, Y. Codou, J.-L. Fiches, G. B. Rogers and G. Sintès, ‘Matavo (Cabasse, Var) et le pagus Matavonicus’, RAN 26 (1993), pp. 301- 37 (esp. 306-8).