Orthosia, , 41 - 40 B.C.
Orthosia (near modern Arida, Lebanon) was located south of the Eleutheros River (the modern Kabir) in the far of . It was a refounded by one of the but which one is uncertain because the city changed frequently. The name Orthosia was derived from an epithet of and she was the principal divinity of the town.GB73950. Bronze AE 24,
Ziz (Panormos), Punic , c. 405 - 380 B.C.
Some authorities have identified the male on the as . Indeed, on some examples the does resemble other depictions of the youthful sun god, but on other examples the god is horned. On this coin the seems to better resemble traditional depictions of Herakles or . The usually has the Punic above the bull. Sometimes it is below. Most likely it should be above on this coin but is merely unstruck.GS66771. Silver
Persian Empire, Mazaios, of , 361 - 334 B.C., Tarsos,
, extraordinary and bold strike, slightly . This is one of our favorites.SH08014. Silver
, 5649, gEF, 10.84 g, maximum 25.1 mm, 45o, 361 - 334 B.C.; BLTRZ (=Baaltarz) in Aramaic behind, of Tarsos enthroned left, facing, holding bunch of grapes, grain ear, and in right, lotus headed in left hand, M below throne, all within a of dots; bringing down bull, attacking with teeth and claws, MZDI (=Mazdai) in Aramaic above, letters below, all within a of dots; bold strike; SOLD
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