1st Jewish Revolt Masada Coin set in 14k Gold Anchor Pendant from Israel

$2,300.00
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GCP42
ISBN: / EAN:
7290116184845

Genuine 1st Jewish Revolt against Rome bronze Masada coin set into an ornate anchor design pendant.

An important coin of historical connections to the Masada Revolt and the destruction of the second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

Weight: 13.5 grams.
Width: 1.1" inch / 2.8 cm.
Leader: Simon bar Giora.

Minted in Judea: 67-69 A.D.

Comes with a certificate of authenticity and all required documents for export.

Genuine 1st Jewish Revolt against Rome bronze Masada coin set into an ornate anchor design pendant.

An important coin of historical connections to the Masada Revolt and the destruction of the second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

The inscriptions on these coins use a paleo-Hebrew script known from the time of King David and later reused on Hasmonean coins. The use of this script shows the Zealots were attempting to restore independence in Judea. The coin on one side shows a Jewish amphora, a large pottery vessel used for storing water or wine and a grape leaf on the reverse. Both symbols are of prosperity and abundance. Josephus, a first century Jewish/Roman historian, explains the events of the first Jewish Revolt in great detail.

Weight: 13.5 grams.
Width: 1.1" inch / 2.8 cm.
Leader: Simon bar Giora.

Minted in Judea: 67-69 A.D.

Comes with a certificate of authenticity and all required documents for export.

All jewelry shipped direct from Jerusalem.

You are welcome to visit us at 24 Christian Quarter Road in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.

Our shop specializes in selling antiquities, and we are licensed by the Israel Antiquities Authority as an authorized dealer.

You will also find many other gifts made in Israel on our site, including Roman glass jewelry, olive wood figures, and other unique gifts from the Old City.

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