The identity of the portrait is uncertain. Meshorer, Addendum reads the obverse of a new specimen as ]ΚΥΠΡΟC[, and so identifies the portait as that of Agrippa’s wife. The obverse is probably to be read as ΚΥΠΡΟ ΒΑCΙ[ΛΙCCΑ]. The reverse can be distinguished from the similar coins of Philip; for Philip the reverse legend reads outwardly, whereas for Agrippa it reads inwardly. For a specimen from the excavations at Gamala (Golan Heights), see INJ 12 (1992-93), p. 48 no. 34.