From: Marvin W. Huddleston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 23 1999 - 10:09:32 EDT
<x-flowed>I am in possession of a coin with the following inscription, and would like
help in translating it. Being a first year greek student, I am not yet
there as far as doing this myself.
The coin is described as "AE Prutah. TIBEPIOY KAICAPOC. Lituus. Rv. Greek
date within wreath denoting either 30 or 31 A.D. Hendin 649-50. AJC II,
The actual inscription on the face of the coin reads --unreadible
character-- sriog ka -- (the iota is not a subscript)
Thanks in advance for any information,
Marvin W. Huddleston, KC5LEI
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