A: Rider with nimbus galloping to right, trampling and spearing a woman lying on the ground. The rider wears tunic and mantle fastened on the right shoulder. Above, on the left, a crescent; on the right, a star and an eye; behind, a six-spoked wheel, in front, a bow. Between the horse and the woman, a sword. Inscription around the edge: εισιθεοεςωνικονιτοκονκααγιεσισιννι → illiterate version of εἷς θεός ὁ νικῶν τὰ κακά; 'ἄγιε Σισίννιι. 'The sole God, who overcomes evil. Saint Sisinnius.
B: Bird (Bonner: ostrich) with wings raised, treading on a snake and attacking a scorpion. Behind the large bird, an ibis about to devour a small snake and approached by a crab. Above, at left, a circle and an unidentified object. Inscribed above the head of the large bird: πινω → πεινῶ? 'I am hungry' (Bonner) or πίνω 'I drink'.
Bonner, SMA on CBd-1078