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Coin of Hermaeus, Indo-Greek king c.90-70 BCE.
Obv: Diademed bust of Hermaeus with Greek legend: BASILEOS SOTEROS ERMAIOU "Saviour King Hermaeus".
Rev: Zeus seated on throne, with scepter. Monogram. Kharoshti legend MAHARAJA TRATARASA HERMAYASA "Saviour King Hermaeus".
Actual size: 15mm, 2.03g.

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