A Deep Dive on Jewish Coins

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  1. cplradar

    cplradar Talmud Chuchum


    GREAT GREAT article by a true scholar.
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  3. Ryro

    Ryro The last of the Diadochi Supporter

    Great read written by David Hendin:bookworm::punch: Guy is the best when it comes to Jewish coinage. Thanks for sharing.
    And talk about eye candy, or at least fruit;). Every coin in that article is cherry:singing:
    I still need to get one of those that features the Macedonian helmet, like the one on the article.
    One of my favorite Jewish coin features the Macedonian shield:
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  4. Carl Wilmont

    Carl Wilmont Supporter! Supporter

    Nice feature by Hendin. Thanks for posting it, @cplradar!

    Here's a Judaean coin not included in the article that shows one of the fruits mentioned - along with some shields that @Ryro favors (albeit Roman, not Macedonian).


    Judaea. Procurators. Antonius Felix (52-59 AD). AE Prutah (16 mm, 3.13 gm).
    Dated year 14 of Claudius, 54 AD.
    ΝEΡW ΚΛΑΥΚΑΙCΑΡ(Nero Clau[dius]), two crossed oblong shields over two crossed spears. / ΒΡΙΤ(Brit[annicus]) (younger son of Claudius) above, L-ΙΔK-AI (year 14 of Caesar) in fields, six-branched palm tree bearing two bunches of dates.
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  5. Ryro

    Ryro The last of the Diadochi Supporter

    Great reminder! This was my first Jewish coin. Not nearly as choice as yours. I bought it as my Britannicus (his portrait is just too expensive):
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