Jewish Revolt Bronze Coin in A Pendant
One of a Kind Limited
Simon Bar Kochba: the leader of the second Jewish revolt.
Bronze coin in a hand made 14k Gold setting in Jerusalem
In 133 AD the Jewish residents of Jerusalem Judea and the Galilee revolted against Roman troops in order free Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem, goals which they communicated on their coins.
This specific bronze coin has many meanings and symbols related to this revolt.This coin was a major inspiration and motivating tool for the Jewish population to encourage them to revolt and to be part of the rebellion during the rule of the Emperor Hadrian.
The coin had no monetary value. It was created by taking a Roman coin and minting it over with Hebrew script and symbols, which called Jews to fight Rome and free Jerusalem. If Jews were found with this coin in their possession, it would cost them their lives.
Side A has a large palm with fruits, a sign of victory and a fruitful revolt. Side A also includes the name of the leader SIMON in ancient Hebrew.
Side B has a grape leaf, a sign of abundance, and script which says, “For the freedom of Zion.”