Here is the causeway linking Luxor temple to Karnak temple in what was known as Thebes, typically the foremost nome in Egypt up through Greco-Roman times. There are a few coins depicting miniature Amun-headed sphinxes...from Roman times. My only goat so far is this Valerian II example: Valerian II, AR antoninianus, 23 mm 4.2 grams Struck: 257-258, Cologne. Obverse: VALERIANVS CAES, radiate, draped bust right Reverse: IOVI CRESCENTI, the child Jupiter sitting right on the goat Amalthea, looking left, right hand raised, left hand holding the goat's horn. Reference: RIC 3 (Lyons); Cohen 26 (Saloninus); Elmer 67a; Goebl 0907e; Sear 10731. Feel free to post any goats or rams on your coinage. And if you have an Amun example please show it!