Greece/Seleucid; Antiochus IX Cyzicenus BCE 114/3-95

AE 18 mm, 6.0 g, Antioch mint, BCE 113-112/SE 200

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O: diad hd of Antiochus IX r, with short curly beard, one diad end waving up behind, the other falling forward over shoulder, dotted border.

R: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY in two lines on r., ΦIΛOΠATOPOΣ on l., winged thunderbolt placed vertically.

Dated: Σ= SE 200 inner bottom left.

Controls: N with line above.
Symbol: aphlaston

Roman Egypt, Vespasian CE 69-79

AE Hemidrachm, 28.9 mm, 12.297 g, Alexandria mint, LA= July CE 69-August CE 69

Dattari 396 (this coin), Geissen 271, BMC Alexandria p. 32, 269; Emmett 211 (R4)

obverse AΥΤ TIT ΦΛΑΥΙ OΥEΣΠΑΣΙΑΝ KAIΣ, laureate head right, date L A (year 1) before;

reverse bust of Nilus right, wreathed with papyrus, cornucopia on left shoulder

EX: Giovanni Dattari (1853-1923) Collection author of Numi Augg. Alexandrini. (Cairo, 1901)

Ex: Colisseum Coin Exchange

Ex: Forum Ancient Coins

Greece/Seleucid; Demetrius II Nikator (First Reign) BCE 146-138

AR Drachm, 3.88 g, 17 mm, Seleucia on the Tigris mint, BCE 145-July 141 (when the city fell to the Parthians)

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O: Diad. hd of Demetrius II r., diadem ends falling straight behind, fillet border.
Obverse Control Behind Hd

R: BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔΗMHTPIOY in two lines on the r., ΦΙΛΑΔΕΛΦOY NIKATOPOΣ in two lines on l., Zeus enthroned l., holding eagle and sceptre.

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