A.D. 79-81 Titus Silver Denarius


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Highlight your collection with an ancient silver coin from the reign of one of Rome's most respected rulers. After serving as a military commander under his father, Emperor Vespasian, and ending the first Jewish rebellion, Titus became the first Roman emperor to succeed his own father afterVespasian died in A.D. 79. Titus proved a benevolent ruler who generously relieved suffering caused by two disasters, the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79 and a great fire in Rome in A.D. 80. Before falling ill and then dying in A.D. 81, Titus also completed the legendary Colosseum begun by his father.
Struck during the brief reign of Titus, this scarcer Roman silver Denarius features the portrait of the popular emperor. Few coins are available, so order yours today!