The 1/16 Shekel denomination
The Shekel was a denomination weighing about 8.6 grammes and mainly used by the Phoenician - or Punic - city states and in Judea.

In the New Testament, Tyrian Shekels are hypothesized to be the infamous '30 pieces of silver' given by the Romans to Judas.

Shekels were also struck in gold, but obviously to a different weight standard. Fractional shekels were also struck.
1/16 Shekel
(1) Addirmilk | Aynel
An AR 1/16 Shekel struck c. 348-332 BC in Byblos
Obverse: Galley with two soldiers left, below hippocamp left

Reverse: Lion bringing down a bull left; 'Ayin yodh nun 'aleph lamedh mem lamedh kaph gimel beth lamedh

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 0.7 g
No notes for this coin
Betlyon 21; SNG Copenhagen 134
(2) Ba'Alshillem II
An AR 1/16 Shekel struck c. 371-370 BC in Sidon
Obverse: galley left, waves below; Beth

Reverse: king of Persia standing right slaying erect lion with dagger; O ('ayin)

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: -
No notes for this coin
Elayi 2004 851 ff.; HGC 10 240; Betlyon 27 (Abd'astart, Straton I); BMC Phoenicia p 146, 36 (same); SNG Cop 197 ff. (same)