Silver denarius, 19mm, 3.59gm, issued 46 BC. Rome mint.
Obv: RVFVS IIIVIR, Conjoined heads of the Dioscuri, star above each.
Rev: MN CORDI, Venus Verticordia standing left holding scales and sceptre, Cupid on shoulder.
Venus Verticordia ('turner of hearts') was the name of the Venus to whom a temple was consecrated in 114 BC, to atone for a case of incest amongst the Vestal Virgins at the time. The name could be a pay on the moneyer's name: vertiCORDIA.