No date is very obvious on the reverse, though there may be traces of letters to the left of the figure of Athena on 1. J. Muona regards it as a coin of Otho, strongly influenced by coins of Antioch. However, the shape of the nose is more reminiscent, if anything, of Galba. It is hard to make sense of the apparent M in the obverse inscription. What seems to be the letter M could also possibly be the letters ΑΛ, as ΓΑΛ(ΒΑ) but that is only conjectural, and it does not really look like there is another letter before.