I have a question about this reverse.
Ara Salutis Augusti:an altar for the emperor's health and safety. Were coins with this reverse minted in general, or for specific events or illnesses? and does it mean Stay well? or get well? Or can it mean both?
Domitian AE As. 85 AD. IIMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XI CENS PER PP, laureate bust right, wearing aegis / SALVTI AVGVSTI above and below facade of the altar-enclosure of the Ara Salutis Augusti with detailed double-paneled door & horns above, S-C across fields.
C. 419, RIC 304b? RIC 2 418