A couple of interesting features on this little provincial issue. The first is that the obverse legend reads ΑΥΓΟΥΣΤΑ, a transliteration of the Latin AVGVSTA, instead of the expected Greek ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ. The second is the odd hairstyle for this empress. She is typically portrayed with an elaborate coiffure, curled extensively and piled high above the forehead and with a long plait falling down the back of the neck. See this bust in the Capitoline museum in Rome: I postulate this hairstyle indicates an issue from very early in Domitian's reign as it is well-documented that she wore the elaborate coiffure in the middle and late periods of her life. Post your Domitia coins or anything you feel is relevant. Domitia, Augusta AD 82-96 Roman Æ 17.3 mm, 3.15 gm, 7 h Ionia, Smyrna Obv: ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑ ΑΥΓΟΥΣΤΑ, bare-headed and draped bust right Rev: ΣΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ, Nemesis standing left, plucking at chiton on her neck, bridle in left hand Refs: BMC 309; ex-Lindgren I, 80-404 (plate coin).