UNLISTED REVERSE TYPE. Specimen similar to ANTIOCH 13 except for different rev. type: Jupiter's chlamys is spread behind instead of hanging from l. shoulder.
Note that Iupiter conservator with chlamys spread behind appears usually on coins of Maximinus Daza. "A further characteristic of this particular type was that the god had his mantle displayed behind his back" (Patrick Bruun, "The Iupiter Conservator of the Emperor Maximinus", [in:] Florilegium Numismaticum. Studia honorem U. Westermark edita, Stockholm 1992, p. 81).
Note also variant of obv. legend: IMP C LIC LICINNIVS P F AVG which was in use in Antioch much earlier and therefore is not listed in RIC VII.
Bearing this in mind, we may assume that the coin in question was minted shortly after Licinius took control over Antioch (early autumn of 313). Coin should be listed before ANTIOCH 7.
ANTIOCH [before 7], CONSTANTINE I, UNLISTED REVERSE TYPE, OFFICINA Z
ANTIOCH [before 7], LICINIUS I, UNLISTED REVERSE TYPE, OFFICINA Δ
ANTIOCH [before 7], LICINIUS I, UNLISTED REVERSE TYPE, OFFICINA Z