A few weeks ago I noticed this coin up for auction and placed a bid with no hopes in actually winning seeing how auction realised prices are at the moment but to my surprise I actually won. This beauty is 1 of 5 known to RPC and the other 4 are in the British Museum, Österreichische Nationalbank Money Museum, Ashmolean Museum and the Berlin State Museum. The only museum to actually display theirs online is the Berlin State museum. The coin was produced for Temnus which was a small town in Aeolis on the west coast of Anatolia. In the year 17 AD up to 15 towns and cities were destroyed in a major earthquake which Pliny described it as "the greatest earthquake in human history". Tiberius stopped taxes for 5 years for the affected towns and cities as well as paying for them to be rebuilt. Some of the areas changed their names in honour of Tiberius. Onto my coin; Domitia Æ Temnus, Aeolis. 70-96 AD ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑ ϹЄΒΑϹΤΗ, bust facing right ЄΠΙ ΖΩΙΛΟΥ ΥΙΟΥ ΠΟΛЄΩϹ ΤΗΜΝΙΤΩΝ, ϹΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΥ, Athena standing to left, holding Nike, spear and shield RPC II 982 9.14g 25mm Ex Vitangelo Collection Also I have tried looking online for research on the "Vitangelo collection" and found nothing, does anyone have any information on this collection ?