The simplest explanation is to assume that the engraver of the reverse die of 2527B has omitted the T from the patronymic. It would then be the same name as on 2527A. However, it is far from certain that it represents the same man since the style and epigraphy of 2527B suggest that it might be rather later, and that the person mentioned is perhaps even a grandson. The mystery of the different patronymics on 2527 and 2527A, coins that are stylistically similar, remains. The P coin (2527) does not seem to have been altered, so we seem to be left with two different men with the same first name signing coins at more or less the same time. The discovery of new specimens may help to bring some further explanation.