Tetradrachm of Kingdom of Egypt with head of deified Alexander the Great, struck under Ptolemy I Head of Alexander the Great, with horn of Ammon, diademed and wearing elephant's skin and aegis. Border of dots. Three chopmarks on cheek. Greek letter delta on aegis. /Athena , shield on left arm and spear in raised right hand. At right, Corinthian helmet and eagle on thunderbolt. Ground line; border of dots. Inscription in Greek in left field, upwards and monogram in right field.
Antiochos III´s inscription from Nahavand by National Museum of Iran The Nahavand inscription, 2th century BC, National Museum of Iran, Tehran The Greek inscription was discovered accidentally in Do-Khaharan, Nahavand, Iran in 1943. It suggested the existence of a Greek temple. Based on the translation of the Greek inscription, the temple was built during the reign of Antiochus III (223-187 BC), in the place then known as Laodicea.