I purchased this little Byzy boy years ago listed as a coin of Phocas. One issue though, I could never get an ID on it of my own. Recently, I have rededicated myself to get what I feel are as close to positive IDs on my coins. I have found that since my last foray into this rewarding and tricky part of the hobby I have a considerable amount more knowledge (thanks to, in no small part, all of you here!). I have looked through AC search and Wild winds with no luck finding a Phocas coin that has the emperor standing left of the large M, as is the case on my coin. But I did come across a small amount of coins of Heraclius during his revolt that were overstruck on top of Phocas coins. I am wondering if that is the case with my coin? Could this be a case of the revolting emperor covering up his enemies propaganda with some of his own?? Is my ID just totally off??? It is a big boy, AE Follis. 29mm 9.07 gr. Any help is appreciated. Please post your thoughts and coins of both Phocas and Heraclius or anything you deem relevant!