Greek Silver & Bronze
PARTHIA, Kingdom of, Gotarzes II, (A.D. 40-51), silver tetradrachm, (10.86 grams), Seleucia mint, issued February 361 (Seleucid era) = A.D. February 50, obv. large size bare-headed bust to left with long pointed beard, wearing diadem, hair on brow, rev. king enthroned to right receiving diadem from Tyche holding cornucopiae, eight line inscription, including year **AXT*, and month **[DUS] TROU*, (cf.S.7466, cf.Sellwood 65.25, cf.Shore 362). Good fine and very rare, month and date unpublished.
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