The reading is not sure, though ΖΜΥΡΝΑΙ, [ ] ϹΤΡΑ ΑΓΡΩΝΟϹ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤ[ ] seems clear on BMC 296. ΑΚΡΑΙΟϹ is plausible enough, repeating the epithet of Zeus from 996 (BMC 294). The problem, however, is the word ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤ[ ], since there is no suggestion of a grammateus on any of the other coins of this issue. Flavian coins seem to mention only the stephanephoros and the strategos, and none of the other coins of Smyrna mentions a grammateus. Klose's view (p. 74) was that Agron was both strategos and grammateus. The authenticity of the L piece is not certain (although the arrangement of the rev. legend is different from that of Bolanus' coins with the similar rev. design, from which these rare pieces might otherwise have been altered).