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Alexander III, 336-323 B. C.
Av.: Head of Athena r., wearing Corinthian helmet, on helmet, serpent.
Rv.: Nike standing l., holding stylis and wreath, to l., monogram in wreath and letter iota.
Ref: BoC 8, 1/2, 1983, p. 9,4.
FAKE – The style is more or less typical of Babylon. The serpent on the helmet is double curled, a feature never found on genuine staters of Alexander III.