Gordos-Julia in Lydia, Trajan, MÍn standing

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Arminius:
Hello,
has someone a reference for this one:

Gordos-Julia (or Gordus-Iulia) in Lydia, Trajan,
∆20 (18-21 mm / 4.01 g), 98-117 AD.,
Obv.: AY KA NЄ TPAI-ANO-C CЄ ΓEP ΔAKI , laureate bust of Trajan right.
Rev.: ΙΟVΛΙЄΩΝ - ΓΟΡΔΗΝΩΝ , MÍn standing left, wearing Phrygian cap, crescent behind shoulders, holding phiale/patera and scepter, {ΔΠP..} monogram in field l.
Ref ? (cf. Sear GIC 1020).

Thanks and regards

Dapsul:
Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische MŁnzen p. 172 no.3 has a quite similar piece from his own collection, but it is 27 mm and writes DAKIKOC on the av., on the rv. EPI POPLIOY GORDHNWN. I did not find an exact match.

Frank

Pscipio:
I did not find an exact match either, but SNG Leypold I 946 is from the same obverse die (while having a Dionysos reverse).

Lars

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