The inscription and monograms on the rev. come in various forms: (a) ΛΥϹΑΝΙΟΥ ΑΡΧΙƐΡƐ ΤƐ; same monogram as countermarked as 4470; (b) ΛΥϹΑΝΙΟΥ ΤƐΤΡ ΑΡΧ ΙΦ; (c) as (b), but retrograde monograms and date; no ΙΦ; (d) ΛϹΑ ΤƐΤΡ ΑΡΧ ΦΙ; and (e) ΦΙ ΑϹΑ ΤƐΤΡ ΑΡΧ. Many more specimens in trade and JSW. One would expect the portrait to be that of Lysanias, but the Πτο monogram behind the head (here and on 4770) suggests that it may in fact be a posthumous portrait of Ptolemy. It seems an odd place, for instance, to put a patronymic. It is surprising that the portrait has a diadem, as neither Ptolemy nor Lysanias had the rank of king.