Obverse:Diademed and draped bust right, wearing helmet adorned with bull's horn and ear
Reverse: Zeus enthroned facing slightly left, holding scepter; monogram to left.
Ref: Bopearachchi 4D; Bopearachchi & Rahman -; SNG ANS 1344-5.
This kind of coin is often shown as a pusthumouns coinage, made by nomads, but it can also be a later eponymous Hermaios (II or III).
The enthroned Zeus has his head radiated; it's probably ther syncretic god Zeus-Mithra.
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