Aureus of Titus

Found in Carlisle, Cumbria in the first week of September 2013 and recorded at the PAS as DUR-FF7235. A gold Roman aureus of Titus as caesar under Vespasian. COS VI (“Consul for the sixth time”) reverse type depicting Roma seated right on shield, flanked by two flying eagles and she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus. Mint of Rome.

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