|Seleucus I 358-281 BC|
|AR tetradrachm 17.0514 g, 25.8 mm|
|Persid(?) imitation of Susa|
|References are for similar original coins of which this is a barbaric imitation.
1. Houghton, Arthur, Catherine Lorber. 2002. Selucid Coins: A Comprehensive Catalog. Part I: Seleucus I through Antiochus III. Page 72 #173.12 and Plate 10 #173.14 (variant). New York: The American Numismatic Society.
2. Kritt, Brian. 1977. The Early Seleucid Mint of Susa. Pages 16-19 #Tr.62-Tr.90 and Plates 18-22 #62-89. Lancaster: Classical Numismatic Group.
|Helmeted head of Hero right, features likely an amalgamation of Seleucus, Alexander, and Dionysus, wearing panther skin covered helmet with Bull's ears and horns.|
|Nike standing right, crowning trophy|