Il s'agit visiblement d'un bronze de Laodicée pour Elagabale :
Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. AE 18, 5.97g. Laodicea ad Mare. Obv: IMP C M AVR ANTONINOV Bust radiate, draped, cuirassed right. Rx: LADI - CEON around, in exergue ΔE, Herakles and Dionysus, both nude, grappling with one another like wrestlers; Herakles, on left, has a muscular body and is bearded, and his club is shown behind him in left field; Dionysus, on right, has long hair gathered in a knot and falling down behind his neck, and his thyrsus with knobbed ends is shown diagonally behind his left calf. SNG Copenhagen 373 (same dies). BM 108.
Is this reverse type a variation on the theme of the drunken Herakles? BM and SNG Copenhagen call the figures just "wrestlers", but they are correctly identified as Herakles and Dionysus in a CNG description, E-Auction 7, on Wildwinds, and in a discussion thread on Forvm Ancient Coins, August 2007.