The size and use of a magistrate's name (or, more probably, two names joined by καί) indicate the province of Asia. Perhaps somewhere in Ionia? The Afyon coin now shows that 5457 is a coin of Amorium, since to the left of the figure there is a monogram of AMP, as on other coins of Amorium (information from Richard Ashton). The second name is still unclear. The reverse design is the same as that found on the smaller denomination for Nero (RPC I, 3242) and Vespasian.