Syria Philip (Philodelphos) tetdrachm 93 - 83 BC postumous coin minted 46 - 20 BC) 

Obv: Head right. Rev: Zeus enthroned facing left. Metal: Silver 14.1 grams, 26 mm diameter. Condition: F.

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History of Philip of Syria

In 88 BC, Philip (one of the sons of Antiochus VIII) defeated his cousin Antiochus X and took over the throne. During his reign he was continually at war with various relatives. He was driven out of Syria by Tigranes of Armenia who ruled for 14 years before being driven out by the Romans (Pompey) in 64 BC. Since Philip was the last legitament King of Syria, his coins continued to be minted under the Romans for the next 30 years.