'Herod Agrippa I' Coin in Sterling Silver Star of David Bracelet
'Herod Agrippa I' coin set in a Star of David silver bracelet.
Wieght: 17.7 Grams.
Length: 9.2" inches 'adjustable'.
Own a piece of Second Temple period biblical history - Ancient 'Herod Agrippa I' coin set in a Star of David silver bracelet.
Ancient coin minted in Jerusalem 41-42 A.D comes with certificate of authenticity. These coins used in Jesus period now set in this unique Jewish bracelet for Him and Her.
Made exclusively for Zak's Antiquities store in Jerusalem.
This coin includes the name "Agrippa" in Greek as well as three branches of wheat representing the 3rd generation of the Herodian dynasty. Herod Agrippa was the grandson of Herod the Great and he ruled over the entire country of Israel and Northern Transjordan. Unlike Herod's sons who had split the Herodian Kingdom.
In the following scripture Paul is taken to Herod Agrippa I and put on trial. Paul uses this trial to share the story of the gospel, putting the life of Jesus in the context of the Old Testament and Jewish tradition.
Then Agrippa said to Paul, “You have permission to speak for yourself.” So Paul motioned with his hand and began his defense: “King Agrippa, I consider myself fortunate to stand before you today as I make my defense against all the accusations of the Jews (Acts 26:1-2)
Agrippa I is also known for following in his grandfather's footsteps by continuing massive building projects in Jerusalem, such as the Third Wall and the Temple Mount complex.
925 sterling silver bracelet frame made in Jerusalem.
This unique bracelet comes with a certificate of authenticity and all required documents for export.