Caracalla, Seleucis and Pieria. Antioch, BI Tetradrachm (27 mm, 12.00g), 215-217 AD. AYT K M A ANTΩNЄINOC [CЄB] Laureate head of Caracalla to right. Rev. ΔHMAPX ЄΞ YΠATOC [T]O Δ Eagle with spread wings standing facing, head to right and holding wreath in beak; between the eagle's legs, star above cornucopiae. McAlee 693. Prieur 244. I really enjoy the portraiture on Caracalla’s provincial tets, they tend to exaggerate his image as a cruel soldier-emperor who was not to be crossed. I added 2 of his tets from Phoenicia last year, which I’ve posted a few times, and I’ve decided to slowly but surely put together a subcollection of his provincial tets with as many mints and portrait styles as I can. It’s a work in progress, I’m just planning to continue to add examples that I like when they come up at the right price. Next on my list is a tet from one of the Beroea mints, some real beauties from there. It’s definitely way too early to call this a subcollection, but here’s my “Murderers’ Row” of Caracalla tets for now. Please share your favorite coins of Caracalla (provincial or imperial).