The centaur represented on the reverse of this coin must be Chiron, a figure highly respected as an oracle, an astrologer, and a teacher of a number of Greek heroes; most notably, he was the athletic instructor of the hero Achilles. The appearance of Chiron on this coin may be an allegorical representation for the initiation of a local athletic event. A good possibility, according to MacDonald, is the institution of the Gordianea Attalea, games established by Gordian III and commemorated on contemporary issues from the city.
Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right
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Centaur standing right, holding bow and arrow
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