For other specimens, whose poor state of preservation precludes their precise attribution between 4444 and 4446: 8–10. O (8.74, 7.81, 8.41); 11. Cop 339 (8.60); 12–13. Lindgren 2070, A2070A (7.81, 8.68). For the star on the obv., see introduction. Countermarks: Head, r. (GIC 170: 9–11); 'ΙΔ' (GIC 720: 8). Although ΙΔ occurs on contemporary coins of Laodicea (4445), this countermark should probably be read the other way up as VI with a numeral line above. The countermark LVIF (GIC 726) is often found with a head (GIC 134), and these two countermarks are perhaps the Laodicean equivalents. The head, described by Howgego (GIC 170) as perhaps Apollo or a female, seems probably to be a helmeted head (most clearly on 4444/10 and 4445/2), i.e., a head of Athena as on the small 'pseudo-autonomous' bronzes, 4417–31.