A restoration of the name of Hypaepa seems possible in view of 5445 (now 2538E) (with a very similar obv.), and the unusual name which perhaps has affinities with 2528; it is also supported by the use of the accusative on the obv. ΚΑΙ ΣΑΡΔΙΑΝ[ΩΝ] is a possible reading, though ΚΑΙΣΑΡΕΩΝ might also be possible. For the rev. type, compare also the alliance coins of Pergamum and Sardis of Mousaios, though the figure on the l. seems male (the emperor?). If this figure were the emperor, then the reading ΚΑΙΣΑΡΕΩΝ and an attribution to one of the cities devasted by the earthquake of AD 17 might seem preferable, but this is just speculation, and not compatible with an attribution to Hypaepa. Specimen 2 gives the complete obverse legend, corrects the name of the magistrate in Sakoddas and probably allows the restoration of Hypapepa.