I’m calling out to all you Rhodes Scholars at CT. I’d sure appreciate your opinions & edits. I'm calling the little lady holding the torch on the reverse Artemis. Do you all think it is Artemis? I’m also stuck on the letters above the rose. It looks like MNΛΣΙΜΛΝΟΣ. The N shows artifacts that may make the N either an X or a Y. Here is my current descriptive coin label: CARIAN ISLANDS, Rhodes. AR Didrachm. c. 250-230 B.C. 6.76 grams, 20 mm. Obv: Helios radiant head 3/4 facing slightly right Rev: Rose Blossom with long stem rose to right and Artemis holding torch to left, MNΛΣΙΜΛΝΟΣ above Grade: Choice AU per NGC. Bright coin with a full pointed nose on Helios. Other: Similar to Helsinki 534. From EAC 7/15/18 Help me Obiwan Kenobi, you are my only hope.