The head of Dionysus on the obverse has a thyrsos in front, like the head of Dionysus on the large bronzes RPC I, 2757 signed by Antigonos, the only issue of that series to add a thyrsos to the obverse. The female cult-statue flanked by two thymiateria (?) on the reverse of this new silver coin must be that on the reverses of the later large bronzes BMC 399/Cop 891, now in RPC III, 2687. We guess that the new silver coin is to be associated with the Antigonos bronzes (early-mid first cent. AD) rather than the later large bronzes with the female cult-statue, since the latter have Helios on the obverse, the temporary practice of putting Dionysus on the obverse having ceased just before the Neronian issues of Rhodes.