Judea Capta type

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  1. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing

    With the two Vespasian Judea Capta denarii played in CIT Round 1 by @Dafydd and @zumbly, I guess I was kind of "tuned in" to these types and that it was used by a few of the emperor's. I ended up coming across this well-used AE Judea Capta type from Domitian at decent price, so snatched it up.

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    Domitian, Judea Capta type, AE local denomination,
    Struck around 83 AD, Caesarea Maritima mint in Judea

    Obverse: [IMP DOMITIANVS CAES AVG GERMANICVS], Laureate head of Domitian left.
    Reverse: Minerva in flowing gown advances left holding trophy in right hand and shield and spear in left.
    References: Hendin 1455, RPC II 2305
    Size: 23.7mm, 9.74g

    I'd love to see your other non-traditional Judea Capta types! And the traditional ones are obviously ok here too.
     
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  3. Orfew

    Orfew Supporter! Supporter

    Here is a Ivdea Capta type under Titus.

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  4. Multatuli

    Multatuli Homo numismaticus Supporter

    Unfortunately, I only have the typical type:
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    Silver denarius, RIC II, 2.8g, Rome mint, 69 - 70 A.D.; obverse IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right; reverse IVDAEA, Jewess seated right, mourning, veiled, supporting chin with left hand, trophy of captured arms behind her.
     
  5. David Atherton

    David Atherton Flavian Fanatic

    I'll take a different approach to this. Here is a Domitian Germania Capta type which strongly echoes his father's Judaea Capta denarius.

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    AR Denarius, 3.20g
    Rome mint, 85 AD
    RIC 331 (R2). BMC 82. RSC 181.
    Obv: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P IIII; Bust of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r., with aegis
    Rev: IMP VIIII COS XI CENS POTES P P; Germania seated r. on shield; below, broken spear
    Ex Roma Auction V, 23 March 2013, lot 728.
     
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  6. Multatuli

    Multatuli Homo numismaticus Supporter

  7. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing

    I love it ! It's now on my list!
     
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  8. zumbly

    zumbly Ha'ina 'ia mai ana ka puana Supporter

    Well-used but still lovely. Neat pickup! I’d like one of these too someday.
     
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    Parthicus Well-Known Member

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  10. randygeki

    randygeki Coin Collector

    Nice!
    Mines a little rough :)

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  11. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing

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  12. Dafydd

    Dafydd Supporter! Supporter

    What a superb looking coin and Germania certainly has the "woe is me" look about her!
     
  13. Gavin Richardson

    Gavin Richardson Well-Known Member

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    Here's mine. With a certain gummy "patina" that is the trademark of a recognizable VCoins dealer. Oh well. I still like the coin, and I'm wiser about fake patinas.

    And here's my Vespasian denarius. Thankfully, no fake patina. ;-)

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