Corr: This coin (Rec 50a = pl. G.11) is housed in P 1176, under Pius, 2.93. The obv. design and legend are obscure; the reverse reads ΑΜICΗΝ[?ΩΝ] ЄΤΟΥC[ ]. V. Heuchert informs us that the form of the A with a dropped bar would be unusual for the Antonine period, as would the form of the ethnic. On the other hand the A-form does not occur in the Julio-Claudian or Flavian periods, and during the first century we always have Σ rather than C. Perhaps a date early in the second century is possible. The question will be resolved when a specimen turns up with a clear date.