Tiribazus

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Tiribazus
Coin minted at the city of Mallus in Cilicia by Tiribazus, Satrap of Lydia. Dated 388-380 BC.jpg
Coin minted by Tiribazus at Mallus in Cilicia. The reverse portrays him wearing a Persian satrapal headdress, while the obverse portrays Herakles
Satrap of Lydia