Ancient Coinage of Syria

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Hendin 874aAulus Gabinus (Proconsul), Marisa mint, Syria. AE17, 4.2g. Helmeted head of Athena (?) right / Serpent entwined in palm branch. GA / MA in right field. RPC Supp. I, pp 46-47; Rosenberger II, 30 (attr. to Gaza); Hendin 874a.TextImage
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The Silver Coinage of Roman Syria Under the Julio-Claudian Emperors, by Kevin Butcher and Matthew Ponting (pdf)
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