RPC II, 514


Image of specimen #7


Coin type
Volume II
Number 514
Province Thrace
Region Thrace
City Flavian Latin mint in Thrace
Reign Titus
Person (obv.) Augustus (Divus)
Issue Restored issues
Dating AD 80/81
Obverse inscription DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER
Obverse design radiate head of Augustus, left; above, star
Reverse inscription IMP T CAES AVG REST(ITVIT), S C
Reverse design eagle standing facing on globe, head left or right
Metal copper
Average diameter 25 mm
Axis 7
Reference Cahn 13
External URI(s) http://numismatics.org/ocre/id/ric.2_1(2).tit.462
Specimens 7 (5 in the core collections)
Die-links 6: same obv. die as 513/1.
Note Cahn also attributes BMCRE 274 to this group, but it looks more like a Rome mint coin. The ticket under BMCRE 272 says that it is from the same dies as Hall and Walters, and from the same rev. die as Spink, Aug. 1991. Carradice and Cowell (NC 1987, p. 34) imply that BMCRE 277 (incorrectly listed in their table as BMCRE 276) is also from this group, but this seems doubtful. -- Corr: Given to 'Flavian mint in Thrace' in RPC II, but attributed to Rome in RIC II (2nd ed.).
Correction Corrected coin-type (post publication)

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     L BMCRE 275, pl. 54.5
2 2     L BMCRE 272, pl. 54.4
3 3     Mazzini pl. 25.551
4 4     O
5 5     Hess 1933, lot 20
6 6     C: 1046/1936
7 7     ✸ B: 18209797