You mean, like in the first picture below (from Coinarchives
This is correct, the Aphrodite heads of the early Knidos issues often also seem to have this indefinite gender. It is well possible that the coin comes
from this region. The specimen below was the closest in style
I could find. The style
allows a dating, I think, to 470 - 440 BC; Knidos itself, however, had
the Aeginetan standard
, with a drachm
weighing 6 g, until about 400 BC.
Could it be an earlier, uninscribed issue of Antandros? I found this one (second pic below) on Coinarchives
, 2.85 g, dated to about 400 BC. Maybe this is an issue of the same type
) 50 years older?