* Nicopolis Seleucidis in Seleuceia & Pieria, Syria, coins of Philip I (or Philip II?) showing two figures in short chitons standing r. and recoiling from a river-god emerging l. from the baseline, who is being “inflamed” by Eros flying r. overhead, carrying a torch. The large H in the field may indicate that the coin was an octassarion.
Æ 22, 2 h, 14.54 g. Obv. AYT K M IOYΛIOC ΦIΛIΠΠOC CE. Radiate, draped bust of Philip I r. Rev. NEIKOΠOΛEITΩN CEΛEYKIΔOC, in field to r. a large H. As described above.
Similar, Æ 27, 6 h, 13.08 g (Photos courtesy of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc., www.cngcoins.com).
Reference: BMC 3