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Browsing Roman Imperial Coins of Flavia Titiana


No imperial coins were struck for Flavia Titiana, (wife of Pertinax and mother of Pertinax Jr), though some provincials were struck in Alexandria, Egypt. Dattari lists two more in addition the ones below (with reverses: Dikaiosyne, galley left).

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Alexandria
New York Sale XI, 217
Pertinax Junior and Flavia Titiana, wife of Pertinax. AD 193. AE Diobol. 26 mm of Alexandria, Egypt, 6.29 g. KAICAR ΠEΡTINAX, bare-headed, draped bust of Pertinax Jr. right / TITIANH CEBACTH, L-A, draped bust of Flavia Titiana right. Unpublished. NY Sale 2006, 217.TextImage
Alexandria
Sear GIC 2105
Flavia Titiana, wife of Pertinax. AD 193. AE Diobol. 26 mm of Alexandria, Egypt, 8.75 g. TITIANH CEBACTH, draped bust right / L-A, Nike advancing left, holding large wreath. cf Sear GIC 2105 (tetradrachm); Cohen 391/1 (ditto).TextImage

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