Ok, so I decided I'd spend the last $4.50 I had left on my paypal on an uncleaned, constantinian bronze coin lot. I recieved four coins, Two of which I am treating for bronze disease. I was able to get the dirt off with a needle, and had no idea what I even had. One of the coins I am yet to identify, but the other had decent detail; yet was completely unidentifiable as a roman bronze due to not having a profile. So I decided I'd research bronzes from other ancient regions. Finally I got to Judean coins; and the first thing I see is the coin that I have. As it turns out, this is not a "4th century AD Constantinian Bronze", but a 37-44 AD bronze prutah of Agrippa I. And I see they are selling for much more than I got it for, so its always nice to get a 1st century coin in a constantinian lot. So now that I know that this lot consists of more than just roman coinage, what could this bronze coin be? It has a strange shape. Could it be Judean? Maybe islamic or egyptian? It doesn't look roman and that was my first thought when I saw it. Any help in identifying it is appreciated.