Valentinian Posted February 24 · Member Share Posted February 24 Coins with portraits on both sides are unusual. Here is one with two of the twelve Caesars that I got recently: It has heads of both Vespasian and Titus.It is a large Syrian tetradrachm, 24-23 mm and 14.67 grams. AYTOKRAT KAIΣA OVEΣΠAΣIANOV (Of Autokrater [imperator] Caesar Vespasian) Bust of Vespasian left over eagle with wings spread T ΦΛAVI OVEΣΠ KAIΣ ETOVΣ NEOY IEPOY (Titus Flavius Vespasian Caesar Year New Holy ) Head of Titus right, lituus behindIt is from year 2 of Vespasian, 69/70 AD as indicated by the B with a bar above it in front of the neck of Titus.McAlee 331. Prier 109. RPC II 1944. Show a coin with heads on both sides! 33 2 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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