Philip III Arrhidaios

Silver drachm, 17.5 mm, 4.23 gm.
Obverse: Head of Herakles, clad in Lionskin.
Zeus enthroned with eagle and scepter.

Ca., 323 - 317 BC.

Philip Arrhidaeus was Alexander the Great’s feeble minded half-brother. He shared the throne with Alexander IV for six years before being murdered by Olympias, the mother of Alexander.

Inv#: 8272
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