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(DM B002) The Rise & Decline - Bible Set 2

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Judea Capt. Senrtetius of Rome 71 B.C.
Reverse: shows the inscription JVDEA CAPTA SC in the center of the large copper coin with a palm tree in the center; to the left stands a bound Jewish male captive; to the right of the palm tree is Judea as a mourning female captive seated right.
Obverse shows emperor Vestavia facing
right. (Sear 2325)

First Revolt bronze pretax of 67 to 68 A.D.
Reverse: vine leaf on small branch with inscription THE FREEDOM OF ZION.
Obverse with amphora with broad rim and two handles inscribed YEAR 2.
(Handing 661)

First Revolt silver Shekel of 66 to 67 A.D.
Reverse: shows stem with pearl base and three pomegranates around
inscription JERUSALEM THE HOLY.
Obverse shows over cup with smooth rim pearl
on either side of the base has pearled ends with inscription SHEKEL OF
ISRAEL. Above the cup YEAR I. (Handing 655)

First Revolt silver Half Shekel of 68 to 69 A.D.
Reverse: shows stem with pearl bottom and three pomegranates around
inscription JERUSALEM THE HOLY.
Obverse shows over cup with pearled rim. The base is raised by projections on ends with inscription HALF A SHEKEL and YEAR 3 above cup. (Handing 663)

Bar Koch silver Denarius's (zoos) of 134 to 135 A.D.
Reverse: shows an elongated lyre (kithara)  with three strings: Hebrew inscription FOR THE FREEDOM OF JERUSALEM.
Reverse: shows Hebrew inscription SIMON of five letters in two lines within a wreath of thin branches around eight almonds, medallion at top, tendrils at bottom, and a pair of dots. This coin was struck using dies on existing Roman denarii's. (Handing 723)

Bar Koch small 20mm bronze undated struck in 135 to 135 A.D.
Reverse: bunch of grapes with branch and small leaf with Hebrew around FOR THE FREEDOM OF JERUSALEM.
Obverse: seven branch palm tree with two bunches of dates; Hebrew across field SIMON.
(Handing 739)

Bar Koch silver Shekel (seal) of 134 to 135 A.D.
Obverse: shows the facade of the Temple of Jerusalem with ark and scrolls viewed from end in center, with a wavy line above Hebrew around two sides SIMON.
Reverse: Shows lulav with etrog at left; Hebrew around FOR THE FREEDOM OF JERUSALEM.
(Hendin 713a)

The coin reproductions included in this set are duplicates of originals in the British Museum or in other fine collections.

Manufacturer Description

This historical collection consists of coins chosen after the damage of the Second Temple of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 ADVERTISEMENT. Coinage minted after this duration include the Roman Judea Capta pieces, along with the Jewish coins of the Bar Kochba duration. This collection consists of replicas of this duration.

Product Features

  • Historical Bible Replica Coin Set
  • Includes Detailed Descriptions
  • Cast in Lead Free Pewter
  • Double Side Coins Marked COPY on Reverse
  • Coins of the New Testament

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