The Trajanic coin D6217 (rev. illus.), attributed by Dattari to the Bubastite nome, is not a 'nome coin'. It may now be found in DS as D7065 (pl. 42), in the general series of Alexandria (=4975/1). It does not appear, rightly, on pl. 296 with the nome coins. On this same plate 296, a Trajanic drachm, “n. d.”, is attributed to the Bubastite. Only two letters at the end of the legend are legible (]HC), which indicate probably a 'nome coin'. But the type, as noticed by Geissen & Weber (ZPE 160, 2007, p. 290 n. 96 and fig. 22 p. 299), is rather different from the one used on Hadrian’s obols for the Bubastite nome. The attribution of the coin remains unclear.