But their coinage is... funky. Nevertheless, I've started picking up a few here and there: NABATAEAN KINGDOM. Aretas IV and Shaqilat (9 BC-AD 40). AE (18mm, 3.58 gm, 11h). XF. Petra, AD 20-40. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shaqilat right, Aramaic letter before / Aretas Shaqilath (Aramaic), legend in three lines above and below two crossed cornucopias. Meshorer, Nabataea 114. Nearly VF Ex: Savoca Malichos & Queen Shaqilath, NABATAEA , Silver Drachm, 40-71 AD, GIC-5702, Bust r/bust r; F, smallish flan with partial lgnds, but good metal and fully clear portraits, decent for this. Scarce! Ex: Frank Robinson Recently I purchased a lot of ten from Heritage, hoping for some harder to find rulers. You'll see a LOT of Aretas IV and Shaqilat up for sale (I suppose ruling for nearly five decades Leads to loads of coins... if your good at what you do). Six of the ten are clearly Aretas IV and Shaqilat and then a couple that I believe are Malichos II and a Rabbell II. But then there's these two types that match nothing on wild winds nor up for auction listed as Nabataean... at least that I could find. The first one looks more Seleuikid with the double cornucopia on its reverse and nothing more than the back of a head or a nose to go off of on the obverse: And this one appears to only have writing on it; Aramaic(?): Any help identifying is appreciated as are coins, pictures or thoughts on the alchemy Nabataeans!