I just got this Caracalla from Antioch to add to my Roman Antioch (Syria) collection. It's got all the traditional characteristics of the type: bearded and curly haired obverse bust (by the time Elagabalus was old enough for a beard, he was well into using Deltas and Epsilons), loads of leaves in the laurel wreath on the reverse (14 to be exact, almost double those of AP and others at the usual 8), and an eagle below the large SC. But this one has an interesting extra character, a B, to the right of the eagle, something I haven't seen before in my shirt experience (and haven't had a chance to consult my books yet). Either the letter is above the SC or below without an eagle, or no letter at all. I'm currently traveling this week for work, so sadly can't jump right to leafing through a reference book, and not being able to find anything so far with a letter like this online in my searches, I'm reaching out to the community with all your great knowledge to see if you all can help track it down? Here is my new coin in question: Thank you all in advance!