Look at this collection of reverses of 433/1. Notice that the first individual is clearly not a lictor (no fasces). He also is bending his knee and holding out his hand. Why is he doing this? He’s a Roman citizen clearly from his toga, but how does his body language relate to his ceremonial role?!
Here’s how Lewis and Short define the position:
This may be one of the few iconographic representations of this type of roman ceremonial position. Must keep an eye out for other accensi.