Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by 7Calbrey, May 22, 2020.
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It's RPC 6825. There you can see the full legend.
Here is another from Tyre
Trajan, 98-117 AD.
Dated year 18 (113/4 AD).
Obv.: AΥTOKΡ KAIC NEΡ TΡAIANOC CEB ΓEΡM ΔAK, Laureate head right; club and eagle below
Rev.: ΔHMAΡC EΞ IH ΥΠATϚ , Tyche seated right on rocks, holding grain ears and poppies, river-god Orontes swimming right below.
Ag, 23.3mm, 14.28 g
Phoenicia, Tyre, Pseudo-autonomous civic issue
Time of Roman Emperor Trajan 112/113 A.D.
O: Laureate head of Melqart right with lion-skin knotted around neck
R: MH-TPO / ΠOΛ-EωΣ across fields of club surmounted by monogram TYP('Tyre); in field, date ΗΛΣ(Struck year 238 of the City Era) and Phoenician letters('of Tyre'); all in oak wreath.
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