A friend asked me to help in identifying 2 provincials. Both have decent quality but I am stuck. This should be easy but I am scratching my head for more than an hour. The obverse should be Antoninus Pius. The reverse - first I thought it is a little similar to Aeneas carrying his father but could not find a match. Also had Antaeus in mind (but not the case) Second, I am also clueless Obverse reminds me of Hadrian but it appears the coin has no obverse legend. Reverse - ears of corn (?!). Also the dating would indicate Alexandria but again, I don't have a clear path. Any help is appreciated.