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ID Help - Myster 2-headed Flavian(?) AE23


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I believe this is a Flavian coin of some sort, based on what's left of the obverse (or at least, I think that's the obverse).

The presumed reverse has some Greek letters, which I can't quite make out. The portrait here is of a draped male with a rather extravagantly large laureate crown.

This measures about 23mm in diameter.


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Something like this:

Vespasian - Alexandria - Portrait Bronze. 76-77 AD. Dated year 9. Obv: AYTOKR KAISAROC OYESPASIANOY legend with laureate head right. Rev: SEBASTOY L ENAT legend with bust of Alexandria right, wearing elephant headdress. RPC II 2459; BMC 272-274



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