Titus (24th June A D 79 - 13th September A D 81)

Titus Flavius Vespansianus was the eldest son of Vespasian. During Nero’s reign he served as a military tribune in Britain and Germany. In AD 70 he captured Jerusalem and ended a Jewish revolt. His brief reign witnessed the eruption of Vesuvius, which destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum in AD 79. The 'Amphitheatrum Flavium', or Colosseum, commenced by Vespasian in AD 71, was dedicated by Titus in AD 80.

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Domitian Struck by Titus 'Ceres' Dupondius 024259

Domitian Struck by Titus 'Ceres' Dupondius
Bronze, 11.54 grams, 26.48 mm. Rome. 80-81 AD, struck under Titus. Obverse: CAES DIVI AVG VESP F DOMITIAN COS VII, Laureate head right, slight drapery on left shoulder. Reverse: CERES AVGVST, Ceres standing facing, head left, holding corn-ears and torch, S-C across fields. RIC 512; Cohen 32; BMC 237; Sear 2687. Good fine.

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Domitian Struck by Titus 'Ceres' Dupondius 024259

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