Ptolemaic Kingdom. Æ previously attributed to Nektanebo II (361-343 BC), more likely struck in Syria, 3rd century BC

Description
Ptolemaic Kingdom. Æ previously attributed to Nektanebo II (361-343 BC), more likely struck in Syria, 3rd century BC
Ungraded

AE16, previously attributed to Nektanebo II (361-343 BC), the Last Native Pharaoh of Egypt, more likely struck in Syria, 3rd century BC (cf. Kevin Butcher, Coinage of Roman Syria (2004)).
Obv: Ram leaping left, head right.
Rev: Scales.
Ref: Weiser 1 (Nektanebo II); Butcher 11 (uncertain northern Syrian mint).
16.5mm

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Lot details
Culture/region
Ptolemaic Kingdom
Metal
Æ
Year/Period and Variation
previously attributed to Nektanebo II (361-343 BC), more likely struck in Syria, 3rd century BC
Condition
Ungraded
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