Reading this book: The Sunrise Collection, Assar intro, and revisiting today a coin of Vologases III, which I am updating to Pakoros I (Corrected from Pakoros II per @Bob L. 's comment) based on Assar, Sunrise p.150. I had attributed this coin as 78.3 with levitating ruler, no seat, Ecbatana, and blundered Greek legend and am questioning 78.3 v 78.4. I will need help from @Parthicus and/or others to know if this should be 78.4 and what the difference is between the two - even reviewing Sellwood's description, I don't see the differences. and for comparison - 78.6 with chair of two dots, also Ecbatana : I have accumulated a list of favorite online and paper resources of Parthian Coins that may be useful to others: - Percy Gardner Coinage of Parthia (first published in 1877, reprinted in 1968 - out of date, but well worth ~$6-20 used) or the free version from 1877 at archive.org (another amazing resource) - Dr. Assar Articles an overwhelming amount of relatively recent info - Academia.edu excellent for a wide range of articles and "interest groups" e.g. Parthian Empire - JStor.org excellent for a wide range of publications e.g. Sellwood, New Parthian Coin Types- The Sunrise Collection, Dr. Assar intro and catalog - David Sellwood, Coinage of Parthia, getting harder to find - Fred B. Shore Parthian Coins & History: Ten Dragons Against Rome - getting harder to find - Parthia.Com - well organized site with many nice coins and this useful table - site not completely up to date - Baldwin Sale catalogs (Sunrise Collection, Sellwood Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV) - Sylloge Nummorum Parthicorum - a work in progress Vol. 7 published - Parthian Drachm ID (based on Sellwood) Thanks in advance for any help on the re-attribution, and post Parthian coins, resources or anything else you find interesting or entertaining.