Akko-Ptolemais - A settlement in Phoenicia also known as Ake - Akko - Acre
Akko-Ptolemais was an ancient port city on the Phoenician coast. It is also known as Ake, Akko, Ptolemais in Phoenicia, Acre, and several other names.

Greek historians refer to the city as Ake, meaning "cure." According to the Greek myth, Heracles found curative herbs here to heal his wounds. he name was changed to Antiochia Ptolemais shortly after Alexander the Great's conquest, and then to Ptolemais, probably by Ptolemy I Soter,

Around 37 BC, the Romans conquered the Hellenized Phoenician port-city called Akko. It became a colony in southern Roman Phoenicia, called Colonia Claudia Felix Ptolemais Garmanica Stabilis. It stayed Roman for nearly seven centuries until 636 AD, when it was conquered by the Muslim Arabs.

Modern location: Acre, Israel

(1) Antiochus IV 175 - c. 172 BC
Obverse: laureate head of Apollo right; monogram left
Reverse: Apollo seated on omphalos left, holding arrow and bow; aphlaston left; BAΣIΛEΩΣ // ANTIOXOY / /\(
Ref: Cf. SC 1478.2; HGC 9, 725
(2) Antiochus IV 175 - c. 172 BC
Obverse: diademed and radiate head right
Reverse: veiled goddes facing, holding scepter; BAΣIΛEΩΣ // ANTIOXOY
Ref: SC 1479; HGC 9, 726
(3) Berenike II 46-221 BC
Obverse: BEΡENIKHΣ BAΣIΛIΣΣHΣ or abbreviated, head of Berenike II right, hair in a bun.
Reverse: BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΠTOΛEMAIOY, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings closed.
Ref: Svoronos 1055; BMC 17; Sear Greece ...
(4) Caracalla 215-217 AD
Obverse: laureate head right; AVT K M A__ANTΩNEINOC__CE_B
Reverse: eagle facing, head left, wreath in beak, pilei topped by stars below; ΔHMAPX·EΞ·VΠATOC·TO·Δ·
Ref: Prieur 1222