Philip III 323-310 BC

Bronze, 16 mm, 4.34 gm.
Obv: Macedonian shield; on boss, head of Herakles, wearing lion skin.
Rev: B A / Crested Boeotian helmet; below, grain ear left.

Macedon, ca. 323 -310 BC.

Philip III, Arrhidaeus, was Alexander the Great’s feeble minded half brother (ca. 359 BC – 317 BC). He reigned as king of Macedonia from 323 BC until his death. He served merely as a figurehead and as the pawn of a series of powerful generals

Inv#: 8093
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