My Labrador retriever has the attitude that every toy is her favorite. I'm the same way about my coins -- fickle as a black Lab. This one's my favorite for today. I like it because of the Athena on the reverse. Despite the circulation wear (or weak strike?), she has a detailed and lovely face. I also like how some of the textured pattern of her aegis still remains. And how tiny and cute is her owl? The coin was struck with a variety of obverse and reverse dies and it's quite common. But it's a pleasant coin and I'm glad I picked it up at auction over the weekend. Post your coins of Mac and Di, of Athena, or anything you feel is relevant! Macrinus and Diadumenian, AD 217-218. Roman provincial Æ Pentassarion, 12.06 g, 26.5 mm, 6 h. Moesia Inferior, Marcianopolis, Legate Pontius Furius Pontianus, June/Aug 217-Nov/Dec 217. Obv: ΑΝΤ Κ ΟΠΕΛ CΕV ΜΑΚΡΕΙΝΟC Κ Μ ΟΠΕ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟC, Confronted heads of Macrinus right, laureate, and Diadumenian left, bare. Rev: VΠ ΠΟΝΤΙΑΝΟV ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ, Athena wearing helmet and aegis, standing left, holding owl and inverted spear; E in right field. Refs: AMNG I 734v.; Hristova & Jekov 18.104.22.168; Varbanov 1170a; BMC 30v.; Moushmov 537; Wiczay 2148v.