Another Titus

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Bing, Jun 30, 2020 at 10:10 AM.

  1. Bing

    Bing Illegitimi non carborundum Supporter

    Well, I'm finally beginning to fill in my Flavian's with a couple of "new" Titus coins. Nothing rare, nothing extraordinaire. But like I said before, my collection has been lacking in Titus coins.
    Titus 9.png
    AR Denarius
    REVERSE: TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P, draped throne with triangular back
    Struck at Rome, 80AD
    3.07g, 19mm
    RIC 124,BMC 61, RSC 313a

    Show me some more Titus coins - just to give me something to shoot for, eh?
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  3. ancient coin hunter

    ancient coin hunter Trajan Decius

    Great coin, I just have one Titus so far:

    Titus, A.D. 79-81

    Billon Tetradrachm, 25mm, 9.3 grams, 12h

    EGYPT, Alexandria. Year 3 = A.D. 81

    OVEEPAEIANOY EEB; Laureate head right.

    Reverse: OMO-NOIA; Homonoia seated left, holding out branch, LT in lower left field.

    Reference: RPC 2467; Dattari 423


  4. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    That's a nice looking one Bing. Almost hard to tell where his neck ends and his head begins :)
    There is only one Titus in FFIVN and my collection. A Judea Capta. Nothing for you to shoot for since it isn't in great shape :p
    I will defer to others' coins for inspiration.
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  5. David Atherton

    David Atherton Flavian Fanatic

    Another neat Titus @Bing!

    Here is one that isn't quite as well known.

    AR Denarius, 3.31g
    Rome Mint, 79 - 80 AD
    Obv: IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM•; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r.
    Rev: BONVS EVEN-TVS AVGVSTI; Bonus Eventus, a naked youth, standing l., holding patera in extended r. hand and corn-ears and poppy in l.
    RIC 89 (C). BMC 106. RSC 25. BNC 83.
    Acquired from Apollo Numismatics, January 2006.
  6. Orfew

    Orfew Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus Supporter

    Nice addition @Bing


    That one looks familiar.
    Titus ric 89.jpg

    Here is an early one for Titus as Augustus. RIC 20, a very rare coin.

    Titus RIC 20.jpg

    Here is another rare lefty. RIC 50.
    Titus RIC 50.jpg
    An extremely rare variant of the OP coin.First, count the palmettes then see the lituus under the triangular frame. This one is the second known. David Atherton has the other one.
    T 124c.jpg

    If you really want something to shoot for...try this one. RIC 695 [Vepasian]. This coin is the RIC plate coin. It is one of a total of 2 known.
    Titus RIC 695.jpg
  7. Limes

    Limes Well-Known Member

    Congratulations on another Flavian gap-filler Bing. I've shown my 2 coins of Titus many times, so I wont repeat them here.
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