Reverse: COL/ΓΛΦ in exergue. - Tetrastyle temple with arcuated lintel and stair descending from each side of facade; in central intercolumniation, Astarte stg. holding standard in r. hand and being crowned by r. arm of stg. figure; river god below.
Note: The coin in Rouvier is dated to BLF, or 532 in the Seleucid era. This translates to October 220 to September 221 CE. Alexander Severus was adopted by Elagabalus in June of 221 so that a coin bearing BLF must date June of 221 to October of 221. Severus became Augustus in March of 222 following the murder of Elagabalus. 2002.21.8, struck for Alexander as Caesar and dated to Seleucid era 533, must therefore have been struck between October of 221 and March of 222.