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- Source: English Wikipedia, original upload by Panairjdde
- Description: Flavia Domitilla, daughter of Vespasian and sister of Titus and Domitian. AR Denarius (3.24 gm). Struck 82-85 AD under Domitian.
(This type was previously thought to be her mother Domitilla the Elder, and struck under Titus 80-81. The title AVGVSTA on it, however, proves that it must be assigned to the younger Domitilla because Martial attests that Domitian's sister was Augusta, whereas that title is never given to his mother. As to the date of issue, the fineness of denarii of this type proves that they must have been struck not under Titus, as traditionally thought, but between 82 and 85 when Domitian temporarily raised the fineness of his denarii from ca. 90% to ca. 98% (see I. Carradice, Coinage and Finance in the Reign of Domitian, p. 20). The Domitilla for whom Titus struck sestertii in 80-81, in contrast, was his mother, the elder Domitilla, as proven by the variant legend DOMITILLAE IMP CAES VESP AVG on some of these coins, that is "For Domitilla, (wife) of the emperor Vespasian.)
It is the same type as this one.
- DIVA DOMITILLA AUGUSTA, draped bust right, hair in long plait down back of neck, with necklace
- FORTUNA AUGUST, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopia in left.
RIC II 71 (Titus); BMCRE 137 (Titus); RSC 3.
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