Currency/exchange; Decadrahm



Coin of Ptolemy II, the Philadelphus (Brother-Loving), (born 308 BC, died 246 BC. King of Egypt in 285 BC). for his wife and sister Arsinoe II. Obverse; head of Arsinoe II turned to the right, wearing a veil and a diademed stephane, ram's horn under her ear. Reverse: double cornucopiae bound together with royal diadem, containing pyramidal cakes, pomegranate, and other fruits, a grape cluster hanging from the rim of each horn. Legend worn all around possibly AΡΣINOHΣ ΦIΛAΔEΛΦOY.