Denarius

Domitian
Roman Imperial
Roman Empire

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95

Silver

Overall: 13/16 in. (2 cm)

Weight: 2.9 g

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Arthur Fairbanks, Class of 1886, in memory of his father, Henry Fairbanks, Class of 1853

27.1.29302

Geography

Place Imaged: Italy, Europe

Period

1-500

Object Name

Coin

Research Area

Numismatics: Greek and Roman

Not on view

Inscriptions

Obverse: Laureate head of Domitian right; IMP CAES DOMIT AUG GERM PM TR PX III, Reverse: Helmeted and draped Minerva standing left holding vertical spear in right hand, left arm bent at side; IMP XXII COS SVI CENS PPP,

Course History

LAT 01, Introductory Latin, Scott Arcenas, Winter 2019

LAT 01, Introductory Latin, Bryce Walker, Winter 2019

LAT 01, Introductory Latin, Margaretha Kramer, Winter 2019

LAT 01, Introductory Latin, Jenny Lynn, Winter 2019

LAT 3, Intermediate Latin, Inger Kuin, Spring 2019

LAT 3, Intermediate Latin, Scott Arcenas, Spring 2019

LAT 3, Intermediate Latin, Bryce Walker, Spring 2019

LAT 3, Intermediate Latin, Bryce Walker, Spring 2019

LAT 3.01, Intermediate Latin, Jenny Lynn, Winter 2020

LAT 3.02, Intermediate Latin, Simone Oppen, Winter 2020

LAT 3.03, Intermediate Latin, Roger Ulrich, Winter 2020

LAT 3.04, Intermediate Latin, Patrick Glauthier, Winter 2020

LAT 3.01, Intermediate Latin, Simone Oppen, Spring 2020

LAT 3.02, Intermediate Latin, Margaret Graver, Spring 2020

LAT 3.03, Intermediate Latin, Jenny Lynn, Spring 2020

LAT 3.04, Intermediate Latin, Jenny Lynn, Spring 2020

Exhibition History

Ancient Profiles: Sculpture, Prints, and Coins from the Permanent Collection, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Art History 1, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, November 1-December 17, 1997.

Provenance

Arthur Fairbanks (1864-1944), Class of 1886; given to present collection, 1927.

Catalogue Raisonne

BMC Vol. I: no. 220, pl. 6/10

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