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Domitia. (Wife of Domitian). Silver denarius (3.51 gm). Rome, 82-83 AD. DOMITIA AVGVSTA IMP DOMIT, bust draped right / DIVVS CAESAR IMP DOMITIANI F, Domitian's deified baby son, nude, seated left on celestial globe with crossing zodiac bands, raising his hands, with two stars flanking his head and five more in left and right field. BMCRE 63. CBN 71. RIC 213 (R3). Cohen 11 (200 Fr.). From the same dies as the Paris aureus of these types, CBN 70, PL. XCII. One of the finest known examples of this extremely rare type. Nearly mint state. Suetonius says that Domitian's and Domitia's son was born during Vespasian's reign, in 73 AD, but his consecration doubtless took place only after Domitian's accession to the throne in 81. The consecration must have occurred early in the reign, since the aureus and denarius of our type were struck at the elevated standard which Domitian introduced in mid-82 but reduced again in 85. The type of the deified Caesar seated among the stars refers to the Roman belief that consecrated humans became stars in the heavens when they died.
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