JULIA TITI, Daughter of Titus
AD 79-91

AE Dupondius. 12.35g, 26.9mm

MINTED: Rome mint, AD 80-81

REF: RIC II 397 (Titus)
OBVERSE: IVLIA IMP T AVG F AVGVSTA, draped bust right; hair bundled high in front and knotted in back.
REVERSE: VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding palladium and scepter; S-C in fields.


Dark gray and brown patina with areas of light roughness.  Rare. 



Ex Fairfield Collection (CNG E-Auction 329, 25 June 2014, lot 413)


Historical Notes:

Julia Titi was the only child of Emperor Titus. She was married to Titus Flavius Sabinus, a cousin of her father, but Titus's brother, Domitian, became infatuated with Julia. Shortly after Domitian became emperor, he had Julia's husband executed, and then had her live in the palace as his mistress, despite the fact that he continued to be married to the empress Domitia. When Julia became pregnant in AD 91, it is alleged that Domitian forced her to get an abortion, which then resulted in her death.

JULIA TITI . AD 79-91 . Dupondius. Titus's daughter / Domitian's mistress *Rare*

SKU: 2738
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