TR-No.AHLSZ 36 4DR-1 (QE)


Phoenicia, Tyre 314-313 B.C

AR 29.18mm (Thickness 2.94mm), weight 16.94g, die axis = 1h (30 degrees). 4 drachmae = Tetradrachm.

Obverse: Alexander III The Great; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress.

Reverse: AΛEΞANΔΡOΥ, Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, footstool beneath feet, lower limbs wrapped in Himation, Eagle in right hand, sceptre in left hand, Phoenician era date 36 & monogram ayin (`) & kaph (K) in left field.

During the reign of Ozmilk (Azemilkos) / Elayi & Elayi / Le Rider – Tyrian year 32-39 still unsupported as Ozmilk.

Posthumous issue.


Ref: Elayi & Elayi “The Coinage of the Phoenician city Tyre in the Persian period” ; Price Pg.413, No.3292; Newell, Ake 41.

One comment on “TR-No.AHLSZ 36 4DR-1 (QE)

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