Arguments put forward by A. Lemaire and J. Eliayi in respect to Ozmilk´s reign, have helped to advance our knowledge of Tyrian coinage in the name of Alexander III. According to A. Lemaire, Ozmilk´s reign lasted 39 years beginning in 347/346 B.C and ending in 309/308 B.C. The publication by Elayi & Elayi called “The Coinage of the Phoenician City of Tyre in the Persian period” gives several well documented reasons in favour of correcting Ozmilk´s reign to that of 349/348 B.C to 311/310 B.C . Two documents ascribed to Ozmilk´s reign and written on broken pottery (Ostrakon) were found at Khirbet el-Qôm and at Gaza, they are believed to be dated to year 35 and year 11 of his reign.
. Regnal year 39 or 311/310 B.C still to be confirmed.
More on this subject can be found on pages 388-389 in the aforementioned book by Elayi & Elayi and in George Le Rider “Coinage, Fianances and policy” on Pages 126-134.
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