MAZAIOS SATRAP OF CILICIA TARSOS, STATER WITH CITY WALLS
Hendin GBC4 450, SNG Levante 114, Very Fine, obv. struck by worn die, rev. somewhat doubled, 23.8mm, 10.46 grams, Stuck Circa. 361 - 334 B.C.E.
Obverse: Baaltars seated to left, holding eagle-tipped scepter with his right hand, to left, grain ear and grape bunch, Ba'altarz in Aramaic behind
Reverse: Two rows of turreted city walls with lion attacking bull above, Mazaios who is over Eber Nahara (beyond the river) and Cilicia around
A nice specimen, although some light corrosion, is well centered and WITHOUT test cuts!