Depicting Athena and the wise owl on reverse
Athenian coinage BC 186-147
ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΣ ΝΙΚΟΓ. Antiochus IV (Theos, Epiphanes), who was resident in Athens before his accession to the throne of Syria, B.C. 175.
|Gender||For Him or Her|
|Material||Solid Sterling Silver|
|Diameter (excluding bails)||28 mm (1 and 7⁄64in)|
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