The Word, "Flavian"

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  1. kevin McGonigal

    kevin McGonigal Well-Known Member

    Does anybody know of a Roman coin that actually has on it the word, "Flavian(us)"?
     
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  4. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

    Beautiful is it a work from Cavino ?
     
  5. David Atherton

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    It's a modern copper medal.
     
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  6. kevin McGonigal

    kevin McGonigal Well-Known Member

    I was hoping for one a bit older, say, by 1900 years or so, but thanks for the "cheeky" example.
     
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  7. curtislclay

    curtislclay Active Member

    Both Vespasian and Titus Caesar are called ΦΛAYI on Alexandrian tetradrachms of Vespasian's Year 1, RPC 2401-10 and 2405 (rev.).

    For Titus Caesar the same name continues into Vespasian's Year 2, RPC 2415-6 (rev.).
     
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