A note in P by Seyrig reads, 'ces pièces se rencontrent souvent en Syrie. Peut-être ciliciennes, cfr. RN 1964' (cf. no. 3560). This is probably not a complete listing, since the coins may be housed in very different places in museum collections (e.g., it would be surprising if there were no examples in B, somewhere). Devreker, p. 175, no. 16 (the same coin with ΠΕΣ below the bust of Poppaea) is based only on Mionnet, and is probably a misreading, as there seem to be no letters there. Devreker, p. 192, no. 14 (24mm. ΑΥΤ Κ ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΛΑΥΔ ΣΕΒ/ΠΟΠΠΑΙΑ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ) is based only on Mi 4.391.107 and seems most implausible. Van der Dussen 24, 1-2 June 1995, lot 3970 reports a second countermarked example (but unillustrated).