First: please look at the title you gave this thread
. There is no such person as "Gordo the 13th." Accuracy is important here.
Second: As mauseus said, twice, this is a photo of a coin of Philip I
. The obverse
legends prove it: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG
Third: If these two photos are indeed of the same coin, then it would be a coin of Philip I
paired with a die of Gordian III
lists about 14 of them on pp. 79-80.
However, the flan crack
above Philip's head
is quite large, and might be visible on the reverse
, which it is not. So I think mauseus is correct.