A SELEUCID SILVER TETRADRACHM OF ANTIOCHUS VII
Catalog:Coins:Greek: stock #1211202
Reign of Antiochus VII (138-129 B.C.)
Tyre Mint; 131-130 B.C.
Obverse: Diademed head of Antiochus VII facing right.
Reverse: Eagle standing of shipâ€™s prow facing left. Club in left field joined to TYR monogram. ARTE monogram above in field. AEU in right field. LPHR monogram between the eagleâ€™s legs.
Dotted border on both sides. Found in Jerusalem. In very fine condition.
Diameter: 27.5 mm; Weight: 14.25 g
Similar examples in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Oxford; CM.6518-2007.
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