: Coins from the provice of Judea, During the Persian period ויקישיתוף

JUDAEA. First Jewish War. 66-70 CE. AR Half Shekel (18mm, 6.69 gm). Dated year 2 (67/8 CE). "Half Shekel" in Hebrew, chalice with beaded rim, date above / “Jerusalem is Holy” in Hebrew, sprig of three pomegranates. Meshorer 195; Hendin 660. Near EF. ויקישיתוף

JUDAEA. First Jewish War. 66-70 CE. AR Half Shekel (18mm, 6.69 gm). Dated year 2 (67/8 CE). "Half Shekel" in Hebrew, chalice with beaded rim, date above / “Jerusalem is Holy” in Hebrew, sprig of three pomegranates. Meshorer 195; Hendin 660. Near EF. ויקישיתוף

JUDAEA, First Jewish War. 66-70 CE. AR Shekel (22mm, 13.19 g, 12h). Dated year 3 (68/9 CE). "Shekel of Israel," Omer cup with pearled rim; date above / "Jerusalem the Holy," sprig of three pomegranates. Meshorer 202; Hendin 662. EF, attractive dark gray toning. ויקישיתוף

JUDAEA, Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AR Sela – Tetradrachm (28mm, 14.07 g, 11h). Undated issue (year 3 - 134/5 CE). Temple facade, the Ark of the Covenant within; star above / Lulav with etrog. Mildenberg 85.12 (O127/R44´); Meshorer 233; Hendin 711. Near EF, toned, light deposits. ויקישיתוף

Coin issued by Mattathias Antigonus c 40BCE.jpg ויקישיתוף

Coin of Simon bar Kochba; British Museum ויקישיתוף

Coin from Jewish Bar Kokhba revolution. Written in Paleo-Hebrew alphabet also known as Ktav Ivri. (THis is a coin of the Bar-Kokhba revolt demonstrating the use of palaeo-Hebrew.) ויקישיתוף

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