The attribution wasn't correct but hey, can't expect to much work going into a coin like this. CILICIA, Tarsos. 174-164 BC. Æ 15mm (3.9 gm). Head of Tyche right, wearing turreted crown monogram in left field partial off / Sandan standing right on horned and winged animal, holding grain ear and bipennis; monograms in fields on either side. SNG Levante 910 Variant Sandas (aka Sandon) is an ancient Anatolian (Hittes) mountain god from around 2,000 BCE. He is shown standing on winged beast. This is typical of the very early depictions of gods..so their feet don't touch the ground..So, why is such an old god is being represented in its original form showing on a 2-3rd BC coin? Think about that, in terms of time. That would be like putting Zeus on 1800 AD coins. There was a temple that did survive in Tarsus and you see this imagery on other coins from Tarsos..the whole "temple". I can't find my notes right now, but I want to say that site was there until WWI when the mountain top was bulldozed for anti-air guns! Anyway, in this example, Sandan or Sandon looks like he is standing on a winged griffin (not a chicken as a friend suggested) and yes the griffin even has the head crest. Sandon is holding the bipennis ax..oh and he is winged too!