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You'll have to be careful with the phrase "expected to." On the one hand, it can give connotations of desire. "I expect you to do well in this position" can mean "I want you to do well" or even "I demand that you do well." You can see a boss telling his subordinate such a thing. On the other hand, it can also mean ...


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The triumvir monetalis (not tresvir monetales, as the Dartmouth site writes – that is gibberish) responsible was L. Cassius Longinus. His name and job title is on the reverse in big fat letters. I believe the single letter on the obverse is a “control letter” or die mark. It is my understanding that the purpose of these marks – sometimes letters, at other ...


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