Titus (Emperor 79AD-81AD)
Titus Caesar Vespasianus was the son of the Emperor Vespasian and ruled from 24 June 79AD to 13 September 81AD. He was well known as a military commander in the First Jewish–Roman War. As Emperor he was considered a good Emperor, probably best known for completing the Colosseum and dealing with the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Titus ruled for only two years before dying of a fever aged 41.
|79AD Denarius - Titus / Kneeling Captive|
|80AD Denarius - Titus / Winged thunderbolt|