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Philip I also known as Philip the Arab, was one of the earliest known possible adherents to Christianity. He was known for much more temprate behavior to Christan sects throughout the empire; no contemporary historian though backs the claim.
- BI Tetradrachm of Emperor Philip I. (244-249 AD). 11.89 grams.
- Struck at Antioch.
- Strike: 4/5. Surface: 4/5.
- Obverse: Laurate bust right.
- Reverse: Eagle standing left on palm, holding a wreath in its beak, wings displayed; S-C in exergue.
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