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BM03786

Domitian, Silver Denarius, Secular Games Issue

Domitian (A.D. 81-96), Silver Denarius. Mint of Rome, struck A.D. 88. IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P VIII, laureate head facing right, rev. COS - XIIII, LVD / SAEC / FEC inscribed on a column; all within a laurel-wreath, 3.35g., 6h (RIC 604; BMC 137). Broad flan, about extremely fine, a very good example of this scarce type, in commemoration of the Secular Games.

Domitian held Secular Games in A.D. 88, following traditions that had been maintained by Augustus and Claudius before him. Coinage was produced in all metals to commemorate the Games.

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