Specimens in B not recorded. For the interpretation of the rev. scene, see D.A.O. Klose, SM 133 (1984), pp. 1–3, and Die Münzprägung von Smyrna, p. 53. It is not immediately obvious how to construe and interpret the rev. legend, as the words are in such an odd order; it is possible that ΥΙΟΣ should be associated with ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΩΝ and ΖΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ; as in the phrase ΥΙΟΣ ΠΟΛΕΩΣ, and that ΟΜΗΡΟΣ should be taken in a personal way as referring to Zenon (who had perhaps, e.g., acted as surety in some dispute between the cities), rather than as an abstract concept like Homonoia. For a similar issue under Claudius, see 2912. See now Franke & Nollé pp. 118-21 nos, 1162-97.