The obverse legend can now be read as Τίτoυ Αυτoκράτoρoς; the genitive form is unusual and contrasts oddly with the dative, which is used on the coins of Eisigonos for Vespasian. The reverse design is much the same as on the coins for Domitian as sole emperor (RPC II, 1317), although the two demoi are not clasping hands. The similarity of design suggests the identification of the other demos as that of Smyrna, even though they are not named as on RPC II, 1317. This is only the second ‘alliance’ coinage from the reign of Vespasian (RPC II, pp. 6-7, 34). Coin 1315A/5 allows full reading of the rev. legend. The possibility that this series struck in the name of Titus is an ‘alliance’ coinage with Smyrna, as suggested in RPC CS, is discussed by P.-O. Hochard, 'Sur la monnaie 2011/226 du Cabinet des médailles: question d’attribution et d’identification d’une émission provinciale de Titus', BSFN 70, 1, Jan. 2015, pp. 2-9.