The gens Roscia was a plebeian family, having for its surname Fabatus, of Lanuvinian origin. It was at Lavinia, the ancient Lanuvium, and also at Rome, that I. S. M. R. -- Juno Sispita Magna Regina (Juno the Preserver, the Great Queen), was worshipped with particular devotion; and accordingly we find on the coins of this family (which are all silver, serrated, and common), L. ROSCI, with the head of the above-mentioned goddess covered with a goat skin, and behind it some small figure.

Silver Denarius - Roscia ( -59 )