As usual with most of my purchases, this coin was going cheap & after quick looking around, I noticed the reverse type is scarcer than his usual Didrachms. What attracted me to it in the first place was I didn't own this particular reverse of Mount Argaios. I have several that feature Mount Argaios with atop Helios. So this was a pleasant addition. Trajan (98 - 117 A.D.) AR Didrachm CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea-Eusebia O: ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙС ΝЄΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝω ΑΡΙСΤω СЄΒ ΓЄΡΜ ΔΑΚ Laureate head of Trajan to right, with slight drapery on his left shoulder. R:ΔΗΜΑΡΧ ЄΞ ΥΠΑΤΟ Ϛ Mount Argaios with grotto containing cult stone, flanked by two pyramidal objects; at top, second grotto with flames. 6.98g 21mm RPC III 3046. Sydenham 208-209.