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GREEK AND ROMAN PROVINCIAL COIN

A very corroded copper-alloy Ptolemaic coin depicting a Ptolemaic king on the obverse and a head of Lybia on the reverse; it was struck in Cyrene, the capital of Lybia, which the Ptolemies occasionally controlled; date: 3rd or 2nd century BC.