Julia Traducta - A settlement in Baetica also known as Iulia Traducta
Iulia Traducta was a Roman city in Andalusia, Spain, on the site of the modern Algeciras.

In the first century BC Iulia Traducta had a mint which has left abundant coins (dupondios, ases, semises and quadrants), clearly showing the importance of the fishing and industry of the town, issued between the years 12 and 10 BC.

Creation of this mint was part of the propaganda drive by Octavius to show the divine character of the emperor. The coins minted in the city showed the image of the emperor, his sons Gaius and Lucius and the priestly attributes of princeps of Rome. It also showed symbols related to the economy of the city such as tuna.

Modern location: Algeciras, Spain

(1) Augustus 27 BC-14 AD
Obverse: PERM CAES AVG, Bare head of Augustus facing left
Reverse: IVLIA TRAD in two lines within oak wreath
Ref: RPC I 108
(2) Augustus 27 BC-14 AD
Obverse: PERM CAES AVG, Bare head of Augustus facing left
Reverse: IVLIA TRAD in two lines within oak wreath
Ref: None provided