Parthian Empire, Pakoros II, Shahanshah or King of Kings of Parthia 78-110 AD, Silver Drachm (3.74g, 19mm), Ekbatana mint 78-110 AD. Obverse: Diademed and draped bust of Shahanshah Pakoros II facing to the left, wearing tiara. Reverse: Arsakes I seated facing to the left, wielding bow forward, “AT” monogram below bow, legend in corrupted Ancient Greek surrounds, “◻️ΛIΙΛΕ+I ◻️ΛIΙΛ+ΛN Λ+IΛN◻️Υ ΔIVIIΓΕΤ◻️ ΔΙXΛI◻️V IΠΙ+ΛΝ◻️V +ΙΛIΛΛΗX◻️V”. Sellwood-77.8; Shore-399. Well centred with a bold portrait, typically a touch off centre on the reverse, Extremely Fine.
The corrupted Ancient Greek legend on the reverse reads “ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΑΡΣΑΚΟΥ ΕΥΕΡΓΕΤΟΥ ΔΙΚΑΙΟΥ ΕΠΙΦΑΝΟΥΣ ΦΙΛΕΛΛΗΝΟΣ” or “Basileús Basiléōn, euergetēs, díkaios, epiphanḗs, phílhellēn (phílos + hellēnismós)”, with an English translation of “King of Kings Arsaces, the benefactor, the just and honest, the illustrious and remarkable, friend of the Greeks”.