A flat formed Ancient Greek silver tetradrachm, featuring to the obverse the depiction of Alexander the Great as young Herakles, portrayed in profile wearing the Nemean lion’s skin headdress. The reverse displays the Greek god Zeus Aëtophoros, shown bare chested and regally seated on a throne. The deity appears holding an eagle and a long sceptre. The deity is flanked to the right side by Greek letters forming the word ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟY, meaning Of Alexander, and under him, beneath the throne, Greek letters forming the word ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, meaning King. MI and a sickle engraved below his outstretched arm and hand holding the eagle. Babylon mint.
Date: Circa 336/323 BC