Image of specimen #3
Conventus of Ephesus
Philopatris, son of Demetrios (strategos for the third time)
bare head of Augustus, r.
[ΕΠΙ] ΦΙΛΟΠΑΤΡΙΔΟΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ
Γ (in field)
Zeus standing, l., with thunderbolt
The reading may be 'Demetrios' rather than 'Demetriou': implying two separate people?
Corrected coin-type (post publication)
Additional coin-type (post publication)
Specimens of this coin type
Savoca London 4, 12 Jan. 2020, lot 445
Formerly 2535/3. The new type has the name Demetrio(u). (As previously commented : "It is just possible that this word was also present on 2535, but off flan; and there are very faint markings which allow (just) the possibility that 2538A may also have had the same word vertically, originally. It would otherwise seem to be too much of a coincidence to find a different name preceded by Philopatris and followed by ΣΤΡ and ΤΟ Γ. If so we would presumably have the name of two people, Philopatris Demetrios and Kapnas, but this would be the only instance of this at Hypaepa. New specimen(s) may help clarify the question."
Naumann 52, 2 Apr. 2017, lot 1034