2 was catalogued by H. von Aulock, Phrygiens II, no. 122 as a unique Flavian coin of Dionysopolis in Phrygia. He read the rev. legend as ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΠ[ΟΛΕΙΤΩ]Ν ΦΡ (?) presumably the last two letters were, rather implausibly, thought to refer to Phrygia, but the letters ΝΦΡ are actually ΝΩΡ. Moreover, the obv. die seems to be the sameas that on 1. See also RPC II, 704 (Tium?, with commentary above).