https://www.cointalk.com/threads/vota-coins-web-site.317640/ Here is the site: http://augustuscoins.com/ed/VOTA/index.html It is a large site. The main page has links throughout to 15 additional pages with examples and commentary. It occurred to me those pages might be hard to find if, for example, you had one vota coin and didn't want to read the entire main page to find out about it. So, I improved the site by putting a Table of Contents near the top so you can more-easily find any category of vota coin that interests you. For example, consider this coin, which is unusual for having DECENNALIA spelled out. A type of Gallienus combines the "Victory inscribing a shield" design with the "DECENNALIA" spelled-out legend. Gallienus. 253-268. 22-21 mm. Struck 262-263 at Mediolanum. GALLIENVS AVG VOTA DECENNALIA around Victory inscribing shield on palm tree, P in field left RIC V.I 540 Very rare. Cunetio 1352-4 had 11 examples with this legend, none with the "P", among 14,429 coins of Gallienus and Salonina. If you want to know about spelled-out legends, or third-century vota coins, or any other subcategory of vota coins, there is page for that topic and there is a link to it in the new Table of Contents. http://augustuscoins.com/ed/VOTA/index.html Show us some VOTA coins that were not shown in the initial thread a year ago!