Jeez, who can resist a cool silver Tetradrachm, right? Not to mention that it seemed to be obtainable for a low/average retail cost with free shipping....and so it was. Hmmm, I seem to have temporarily fallen into a specific niche whereby both sides of the coin depict the same god or goddess----in this case Dionysos. And the coin itself is in decent grade/condition while struck in a attractive 'fine artistic' style... so I simply couldn't resist it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maroneia Maroneia, Thrace; Circa 189-149 BC: 16.23 gram, 32 mm. Obv: Head of Dionysos right,wearing ivy wreath Rev: ΔIONYΣOΣ / ΣΩTHPOΣ / MAPΩNITΩN. Dionysos standing slightly left, holding grape bunch and narthex stalks. Controls: Monogram to inner left and inner right. Reference Schönert-Geiss 984.