Coins from Elam
Elam - also known as Susiana - was a region in the far west and southwest of what is now modern-day Iran, stretching from the lowlands of what is now Khuzestan and Ilam Province as well as a small part of southern Iraq. Its capital city was Susa.

In the Bronze age, Elam was the center of the important Elamite civilization. Its culture played a crucial role during the Persian Achaemenid dynasty that succeeded Elam, when the Elamite language remained among those in official use.
Elam
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An AR Tetradrachm struck 261-246 BC in Susa
Obverse: head of young Herakles wearing lion's skin right

Reverse: Zeus seated left, leaning on scepter, holding eagle; ΣEΛEYKOY // (TAYP) // (ΔYP) / BAΣIΛEΩΣ

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in the name of Seleukos I
SC 603.3c; HGC 9, 235
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An AE Drachm struck 100-150 AD in Susa | Seleukeia ad Hedyphon
Obverse: diademed, long bearded bust facing; pellet inside crescent and double crossbar anchor right

Reverse: dashes

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No notes for this coin
vant Haaff 12.3.1-2A2; BMC Arabia p. 270, 90 ff. (Kamnaskires-Orodes II); SGICV 5910 var. (Kamnaskires-Orodes III, double crossbar)
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An AR Drachm struck 590-628 AD in Erankhvarrah-Shapur
Obverse: Crowned bust of Khusro II facing right, Pahlavi script to left and right, inside double circle, crescent with star above on four sides in margin

Reverse: Fire altar with attendants at left and right, Pahlavi script to left and right, inside triple circle, crescent with star above on four sides in margin

Diameter: 30 mm
Die Orientation: 3 H
Weight: 4.12 g
The script on the obverse within the circle to the left and right of the portrait translates to something like: "Khusro, may his glory grow"

The reverse script to the right of the right attendant near as I can tell the closest match translates to the Erankhvarrah-Shapur mint. I'm not 100% on this.

The script to the left on the reverse is the regnal year, but I could not match it against the examples on beast coins, which doesn't include every year, but includes several and all the above info which is very helpful with this confusing series.
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(4) Orodes II
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An AE Drachm struck 100-150 AD in Susa | Seleukeia ad Hedyphon
Obverse: bearded head facing, wearing tiara; pellet inside crescent and anchor with double crossbar right

Reverse: dashes

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No notes for this coin
vant Haaff 13.3.2-1A; BMC Arabia p. 262, 19; SGICV 5905
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An AE Drachm struck 100-150 AD in Susa | Seleukeia ad Hedyphon
Obverse: Bearded head left wearing tiara; pellet inside crescent and anchor right

Reverse: Dashes

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No notes for this coin
vant Haaff 14.7.2-1; de Morgan 36; Sear GIC 5902; BMC 28 274 24ff
(6) Prince A
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An AE Drachm struck c. 180-220 AD in Susa | Seleukeia ad Hedyphon
Obverse: long beard, diademed bust left

Reverse: Artemis standing right with bow and arrow

Diameter: 13 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 2.14 g
de Morgan's Prince 'A'
Sear GIC 5919; Mitchiner ACW 721