Consort of main Aramaean god Hadad, Atargatis was the Syrian goddess of fertility. She's assimilated with Cybele and believed to be a fusion of 2 Phoenician goddesses, Astarte and Anath. On reverse of this bronze coin struck under Philip I, she's riding a lion right, wearing a mural crown and holding a scepter with her right hand. The coin was struck at Heriopolis in Syria, currently known as "Membij" to the Northern east of Aleppo. It weighs 17.73 g. and measures 29 mm. SNG Cop 63- BMC 57v.