Ancient Coinage of Judaea


Hendin 655

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BMC 12Palestine, Judaea. AR Shekel, First revolt, year 3, AD 68. 10.83 gr. Hebrew inscription, Chalice with broad rim with nine pearls, date above the rim / Hebrew inscription, stem with three pomegranates. BMC 12-16; Meshorer pl. 18, 18; Sear GIC 5630.TextImage
Hendin 436Judaea, Persian period AR drachm. Imitating Athens tetradrachm, ca 375-350 BC. AR 3.99 g. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet / AΘE above and AΘE to right of owl standing right; Hebrew "Y" (retrograde) in right field. Hendin 436; Cf. Meshorer 2-12.TextImage
Hendin 655Judaea, First Jewish War AR Shekel. Dated year 1 (66/7 CE). Shekel of Israel, Omer cup with two beads under rim; date above / Jerusalem the Holy, sprig of three pomegranates. Meshorer 187, AJC 3. TextImage
Hendin 655aJUDAEA. The Jewish War (66-70 CE). Silver shekel (13.61 gm). Year 1 (66/7 CE). Hebrew inscription shekel of Israel, omer cup with smooth rim, pearl on each side, date above / Hebrew inscription Jerusalem the holy, stem with three pomegranates. AJC II, p. 259, 3. Hendin 655a. TextImage
Hendin 656Judaea. The Jewish War (66-70 CE). Silver half shekel (6.71 gm). Year 1 (66/7 CE). Hebrew inscription half a shekel, omer cup with smooth rim, pearl on each side, date above / Hebrew inscription Jerusalem the holy, stem with three pomegranates. AJC II, p. 259, 6. Hendin 656. TextImage
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Hendin 659Judaea, First Jewish War AR Shekel. Year 2 = 67/8 AD. 'Shekel of Israel', chalice / 'Jerusalem the Holy', sprig of three pomegranates. AJC II pg. 260, 8. TextImage
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Hendin 660Judaea, Jewish War AR Half Shekel. Year 2 (CE 67/8). Chalice with pearled rim, date above / Stem with three fruit. AJC II, 10. TextImage
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Hendin 661Judaea, First Revolt, AE 19mm Prutah. Year 2 = 67-8 AD. Hebrew legend "Shenath Shethaim" (Year Two) around amphora with wide rim and two handles / Hebrew legend "Cheruth Zion" (Freedom of Zion) around vine leaf with small branch and tendril. Hendin (old) 661; Hendin (2010), 1360; Meshorer 196. TextImage
Hendin 661cfJUDAEA. First Jewish War. 66-70 CE. AE Half Prutot (1.10 gm, 10h). Dated year 2 (67/8 CE). Amphora / Grape leaf. Meshorer 199; Maltiel-Gerstenfeld 234; cf. Hendin 661 (Prutot). Rare fractional denomination.(00) This crude half prutot may not be an official coin. TextImage
Hendin 662Judaea, First Jewish War AR Shekel. 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, AJC 18. TextImage
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Hendin 663First Jewish War. Year 3 (68/69 CE). AR Half Shekel. "Half a Shekel," Omer cup with pearled rim; "Year 3" above the cup / "Jerusalem the Holy," sprig of three pomegranates. TextImage
Hendin 664Judaea, First Revolt, AE prutah. Year 3 = 68/9 AD, Amphora with lid/vine leaf. TextImage
Hendin 669JUDAEA. First Jewish War. 66-70 CE. AE Quarter Shekel (8.60 gm, 1h). Dated year 4 (69/70 CE). Etrog (citron) / Lulavim (myrtle branches); date and denomination around. Meshorer 213; Hendin 669. TextImage
Hendin 670Judaea. First Jewish War. Year 4 (69 AD). AE 1/8 Shekel (5.58 gm). To the redemption of Zion, chalice / Year 4, lulav and two ethrogs. AJC II pg. 262, 30. TextImage
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Hendin 671aJudaea, Jewish War AR Shekel. Year 5 (4 March-August 70 CE). Hebrew inscription Shekel of Israel, omer cup with pearled rim, date above / Hebrew inscription Jerusalem the holy, stem with three pomegranates. BMC 20. TextImage
Hendin 677Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt Large Bronze, AE30 mm. Year 1 (132/3 CE). Hebrew inscription Shim'on, Prince of Israel in wreath / Hebrew inscription Year One of the Redemption of Israel, two-handled amphora with fluted body. TextImage
Hendin 678JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AE 27mm (9.17 gm, 12h). Dated year 1 (132/3 CE). Palm tree / Grape leaf. Mildenberg 43 (O2/R9); Meshorer 222; Hendin 678. VF, desert patina. (00) The order of obverse and reverse for the bronzes is inverted from Mildenberg, and is as listed in TextImage
Hendin 678a-cfJudaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Year 2 (133/134 AD). AE 25mm. Grape leaf / Palm tree. Mildenberg 87. TextImage
Hendin 679Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt AE25 Middle Bronze. Year 1 = 132-133 AD. Seven-branched palm tree with two bunches of dates, Hebrew legend "Simon" across / vine leaf on tendril, Hebrew legend "Year 1 of the redemption of Israel". AJC 40. TextImage
Hendin 680Bar Kochba Rebellion AE24 Middle Bronze. Year 1 = 132-133 AD. Palm branch within wreath, Hebrew inscription 'Simon Prince of Israel' / wide lyre with 5 strings, Hebrew inscription 'Year one of the redemption of Israel'. TextImage
Hendin 681Bar Kochba War AE20. Dated Year One = 132-133 AD, overstruck on a Roman provincial bronze coin. Seven-branched palm tree, 'Eleazar the Priest' / Grapes on tendril, Hebrew inscription 'Year one of the redemption of Zion'.TextImage
Hendin 681cfJudaea, Bar Kochba Revolt AE20.. Year 1 (132/3 CE). Grape cluster / Palm tree, Eleazar the Priest. Mildenberg 149. TextImage
Hendin 687JUDEA. Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135 CE). Silver tetradrachm or sela (13.96 gm). Year 2 (133/4 CE). Hebrew inscription Jerusalem, tetrastyle fa‡ade of the Temple of Jerusalem with Ark of Covenant visible within / Hebrew inscription Year Two of the freedom of Israel, lulav with ethrog to left. Mildenberg 10.1 (this coin). AJC II, p. 266, 12a. Hendin 687. Bromberg II, 395. TJC 230. TextImage
Hendin 689Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Year 2 (133/134 AD). AR Sela (Tetradrachm). "Shimon," temple facade; star above / "Year 2 of the freedom of Israel," lulav with etrog. Mildenberg 45 (O13/R32); AJC II pg. 267, 16. TextImage
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Hendin 692JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AR Zuz ­ Denarius (3.30 gm, 1h). Dated year 2 (133/4 CE). Shim in wreath / Fluted jug with palm branch to right. Mildenberg 8 (O4/R6); Meshorer 234a; Hendin 692. Good VF, muddled strike. Overstruck on a denarius of Vespasian. (00) TextImage
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Hendin 693JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AR Zuz ­ Denarius (3.38 gm, 1h). Dated year 2 (133/4 CE). Shim in wreath / Two trumpets. Mildenberg 26 (O5'/R17); Meshorer 243; Hendin 693. Good VF. Overstruck on a denarius of Hadrian, Libertas reverse (RSC 903). (00) TextImage
Hendin 695Judaea, Bar Kochba AR Zuz. Year 2 = 133-134 AD. Three bunches of grapes hanging from a branch, a leaf to the left and tendril to the right, SIMON in Hebrew around / Palm branch: "Year two of the Freedom of Israel" in Hebrew around. Mildenberg 191, 40 TextImage
Hendin 708Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt, AE26. Year 2=133/134 AD. Hebrew legend, Year Two of the Freedom of Israel, grape leaf / Hebrew legend, Simon Palm. TextImage
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Hendin 708vBiblical. Bar Kochba. Year 2 = 132/5 AD. AE Middle Bronze. 10.60 grams. Seven-branched palm tree with two bunches of dates; Hebrew across field below (Simon). / Vine leaf on tendril; Hebrew around (Year two of the freedom of Israel). Mildenberg 60. TextImage
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Hendin 710JUDEA. Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135 CE). Bronze 19 mm (5.12 gm). Year 2 (133/4 CE). Hebrew inscription Year Two of the freedom of Israel, grape cluster / Hebrew inscription Jerusalem, palm tree. Mildenberg 154 (O3/R5). AJC II, p. 271, 49. Hendin 710. TextImage
Hendin 711Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134/135 AD). AR Sela (Tetradrachm). "Shimon," temple facade; star above / "For the freedom of Jerusalem," lulav with etrog. Cf. Mildenberg 82 (O12/R-, reverse die not listed); AJC II pg. 272, 51. TextImage
Hendin 712Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134/135 AD). AR Sela (Tetradrachm). "Shimon," temple facade; star above / "For the freedom of Jerusalem," lulav. Mildenberg 58 (O13/R44); AJC II pg. 273, 54. TextImage
Hendin 713JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AR Sela ­ Tetradrachm (13.69 gm, 11h). Undated year 3 (134/5 CE). Temple facade, the Ark of the Covenant within; wavy line above / Lulav with etrog. Mildenberg 58 (O17/R68); Meshorer 269b; Hendin 713. Good VF, rough die work. Overstruck on an uncertain tetradrachm. (500) TextImage
Hendin 715Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134-135 AD). AR Zuz (Denarius). "Shimon," in wreath / "For the freedom of Jerusalem," palm branch. Mildenberg 64 (O14/R36); AJC II pg. 274, 62. TextImage
Hendin 715vJudaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134-135 AD). AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimonwithin wreath / For the freedom of Jerusalem, palm. TextImage
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Hendin 718JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AR Zuz ­ Denarius (3.61 gm, 1h). Undated year 3 (134/5 CE). Shimon in wreath / Lyre with three strings. Mildenberg 84 (O14/R54); Meshorer 272; Hendin 718. Good VF. Overstruck on uncertain type. (00) TextImage
Hendin 719Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134-135 CE). AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimon (in Hebrew), in wreath / For the freedom of Jerusalem (in Hebrew), palm branch. TextImage
Hendin 721Judaea. Bar Kochba War. AR Zuz (Denarius) (3.02 gm). Shimon, Hebrew inscription of five letters in two lines within wreath / For the freedom of Jerusalem, fluted jug and palm branch. Mildenberg 104. TextImage
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Hendin 722Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134/135 AD). AR Zuz. Shimon in wreath; pellet at center / For the freedom of Jerusalem, jug. TextImage
Hendin 723Judaea. Bar Kochba War. AR Zuz (Denarius) (3.30 gm). Shimon, Hebrew inscription of five letters in two lines within wreath / For the freedom of Jerusalem, elongated lyre with three strings. Mildenberg 99. TextImage
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Hendin 726Judaea. Bar Kochba War. 134/135. AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimon, Hebrew inscription of five letters in two lines within wreath / For the freedom of Jerusalem, fluted jug and palm branch. Mildenberg 113. TextImage
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Hendin 729Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Undated (134-135 AD). AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimon, bunch of grapes / For the freedom of Jerusalem, palm. (this example overstruck on a Roman denarius with CAESAR visible). TextImage
Hendin 730Bar Kochba Year 3 = 134/5 AD. AR Zuz (Denarius). Bunch of grapes in three lobes hanging from branch, which has a tendril to the l. and a leaf to the r.; Hebrew around (Simon). / Two trumpets upright, dot between; Hebrew around (For the freedom of Jerusalem). TextImage
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Hendin 732Judaea. Bar Kochba War. 134/135 AD. AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimon, grapes / For the freedom of Jerusalem, fluted jug and palm branch. Mildenberg 161. TextImage
Hendin 734Judaea. Bar Kochba War. 134/135 AD. AR Zuz (Denarius). Shimon, grapes / For the freedom of Jerusalem, ornate lyre with three strings. Mildenberg 142. TextImage
Hendin 735Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Year 1,2,or 3 (133-135 AD). AE23. 5.24 g. "Shimon" in Paleo-Hebrew characters, lyre. / Hebrew legend, "For the freedom of Israel" palm branch within wreath. Hendin 735; Meshorer II, 77; Mildenberg 32. TextImage
Hendin 735aJUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. AE 20mm (6.47 gm, 1h). Undated year 3 (134/5 CE). Lyre with three strings / Palm branch with wreath. Mildenberg 33 (R12/O2); Meshorer 297b; Hendin 735a. Good VF, desert patina. Struck from the partial brockage die mentioned in Mildenberg (33.1). (00) TextImage
Hendin 736Bar Kochba Rebellion, AE25. Year 3, 134/5 AD; Hebrew legend, For the Freedom of Jerusalem Grape leaves. / Hebrew legend, Simon Palm tree with seven branches. TextImage
Hendin 736aJudaea, Bar Kokhba War Medium Bronze. Year 3 = 133-134 AD. Vine leaf / Palm tree with seven branches. TextImage
Hendin 736aVarBar Kochba, 132-135 AD, irregular (barbarous) middle bronze of 23.5 mm, 7.85 grams. This coin was struck 134/35 AD. Seven-branched palm tree / Vine leaf on tendril. Mildenberg 179. TextImage
Hendin 736vBar Kochba, 132-135 AD, middle bronze of 24.4 mm, struck 134/35 AD. Seven-branched palm tree / Vine leaf on tendril. Mildenberg 138 TextImage
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Hendin 739Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Year 3 (134/135 AD). AE 19mm . For the Freedom of Jerusalem, grapes / Shimon, seven-branched palm tree. Mildenberg 160. TextImage
Hendin 919Shekel of Tyre, Jerusalem mint. Laureate head of Melqarth right / TYPOYIEPOY KAIAY YAOY, eagle standing left, club in field left. TextImage
Hendin 934Syrian Governor Quadratus AE17 TextImage
Mildenberg 97Judaea, Bar Kochba Rebellion AE26. Hebrew legend, For the Freedom of Jerusalem, grape leaves / Hebrew legend, Simon Palm tree with seven branches. AJC II 74. TextImage
Mildenberg 139Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt AE24. Year 3 = AD 134. Seven branched palm tree with two bunches of dates / vine leaf. TextImage
Mildenberg_152Judaea, Bar Kochba War AR Denarius. Undated, 134/5 CE. Hebrew inscription Shim’on, grape cluster / Hebrew inscription For the freedom of Jerusalem, two trumpets. TextImage
Mildenberg_155Judaea, Bar Kochba Rebellion. Year 3 = 134/5. AE Hybrid Small Bronze. Seven-branched palm tree with two bunches of dates; Hebrew across field below (Eleazar the priest) / bunch of grapes with branch and small leaf; around (For the freedom of Jerusalem). AJC II 79. TextImage
Mildenberg_209Judaea, Bar Kochba War AR Denarius. Undated, 134/5 CE. Hebrew inscription Shim’on, grape cluster / Hebrew inscription For the freedom of Jerusalem, cithara. TextImage
Mildenberg 213Judaea, Bar Kochba War AR Denarius. Undated, 134/5 CE. Hebrew inscription Shim’on, grape cluster / Hebrew inscription For the freedom of Jerusalem, cithara. TextImage
RPC_4636AShekel of Tyre, 30 pieces of Silver. TextImage
RPC_4648Judaea, Jerusalem or Northern Israel Mint, AR shekel, (13.94g) imitating the types of Tyre, dated year 4/3 BC. Laureate head of Melquart / Eagle. TextImage
RPC_4650aTyre, Phoenicia, AR tetradrachm (shekel) (13.85g) dated 1/2 AD, Northern Israel Mint, perhaps Jerusalem, Laureate head of Melquarth right. / KAIASVLOU TUP[OVIEPAS] Eagle standing left. TextImage
RPC_4664Tyre, Phoenicia, AR tetradrachm (shekel) (14.17g), Northern Israel Mint, Dated Year PX = 34/5 AD though the date is quite crude, Laureate head of Melquarth right. / Eagle standing left, club before, , PX(?)to left, KP to right. TextImage
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SGI_5639Jewish bronze prutah. AE18mm in diameter. Amphora with Hebrew legend 'year 2' (67/8 AD). Leaf and tendril around legend 'Freedom of Zion' Meshorer 153. TextImage
SNG ANS 27Judaea, Persian period AR obol. Imitating Athens tetradrachm, Jerusalem, ca 375-350 BC. AR 0.75 g. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet / AΘE, owl standing right, head facing; olive spray and crescent in left field, lily at owl's feet. SNG ANS 27; Spaer, Gaza or Yehud, 21 in SM 2000.TextImage
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AUGUSTUS
Hendin 531Augustus AE19 of Judaea, Herod Philip. Year 12 = 8-9 AD. KAICAΡI CEBACTΩ, laureate head of Augustus right / ΦIΛIΠΠOY TETΡAΡCOY, tetrastyle temple with stairs leading to it, dot in pediment, date LIB between columns. AJC II 3a, Meshorer 3, RPC 4940.TextImage
Hendin 532Augustus AE18 of Judaea, Herod Philip. Dated Year 12 = 8-9 AD. KAICAΡI CEBACT, laureate head left / ΦIΛIΠΠOY TETΡAΡCOY, tetrastyle temple on high platform, date LIB between columns. Meshorer 4, RPC 4941.TextImage
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TIBERIUS
Hendin 512Herod Antipas AE Dupondius. Year 37 = 33/34 AD, Upright palm branch, LZ at right. / Wreath around TIBE-ΡIAΣ. RPC 4930.TextImage
Hendin 530Tiberius and Livia AE 23mm of Judaea, Herod IV Philip. Paneas (Banias) mint. Jugate heads of Tiberius and Livia right [c/m: star in circle] / Tetrastyle temple of Augustus with shield(?) between columns [c/m: X in square]. Meshorer 100a, RPC 4951. [Howgego 457ii].TextImage
Hendin 534Tiberius AE19 of Judaea, Herod Philip. Struck at Caesarea Panias in 19 AD.TIBEΡIOΣ ΣEBAΣ, laureate bust right [star countermark to right] / ΦIΛIΠΠOY TETΡAΡXO, tetrastyle temple, date L-I-Θ between columns. TextImage
Hendin 535Herod Philip 4BC. - 34 AD. AE 19 mm. TIBEΡIOY CEBACTOC KAICAΡ, laureate head of Tiberius right, laurel-branch in field to right / Tetrastyle temple on low platform, dot in pediment, date between columns.TextImage
Hendin 538Herod Philip 4BC. - 34 AD. AE 19 mm. 6.70 g. TIBEΡIOY CEBACTOC KAICAΡ, laureate head of Tiberius right, laurel branch in right field. / ΦIΛIΠΠOY TETΡAΡXOY, tetrastyle temple on low platform, dot in pediment, date between columns (Year 34 = 30/31 AD.); inscription (in the time of the founder Philip the tetrarch).TextImage
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Hendin 639Judaean. Valerius Gratus. 15-26 AD. under Tiberius. AE Prutah. 2.00 grams. Obv. KAI-CAΡ in two lines within wreath / Double cornucopiae with TIB (Tiberius) and date LB (Year 2 = 15 AD.) between horns.TextImage
Hendin 641Valerius Gratus AE prutah. KAI-CAΡ within wreath / TIBEΡIOY, Two crossed cornucopiae, caduceus between, L Γ in fields.TextImage
Hendin 643Judaea, Valerius Gratus AE Prutah. 15 - 26 AD. TIBEΡIOY, cut branch of vine with leaf and bunch of grapes / KAICAΡ, L Δ, kantharos. Hendin 643; Sear 5617. TextImage
Hendin 644Valerius Gratus, AE prutah. TIBEΡIOY, vine leaf and small bunch of grapes / KAICAΡ, Kantharos with scroll handles, L Δ at sides.TextImage
Hendin 645Judaea, Valerius Gratus, AE prutah. TIB KAI CAΡ in a wreath / Palm branch curves to right, IOY-ΛIA and L Δ at sides.TextImage
hendin_648Judaea. Pontius Pilatus. 26-36 A.D. AE Prutah. Three bound ears of barley, outer two ears droop; surrounded by inscription / libation ladle (simpulum) surrounded by inscription, TIBEΡIOY KAICAΡOC (of Tiberius Caesar) and date LIS (Year 16 = 29 AD.).TextImage
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Hendin 649Judaea, Under The Roman Procurators: Pontius Pilate. 26-36 AD. AE 15mm. (1.68 gm). Lituus (Augur's staff) / Date within wreath (= 30/31 AD).TextImage
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Hendin 471Claudius and Agrippa II of Judaea AE23. Mint of Caesarea Maritima. TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IM P P, anchor in wreath. RPC 4848.TextImage
NERO
Hendin 581Nero AE24 of Judaea, Agrippa II, on refounding Ceasarea Panias as Neronias. NEΡΩNOΣ KAIΣAΡ ΣEBAΣTOY, laureate bust of Nero right / EΠI BAΣIΛE AΓΡIΠΠI NEΡΩ NIE, legend within a circle and wreath. AJC 1.TextImage
Hendin 582Nero AE18 Half-denomination of Judaea, Agrippa II, on refounding Ceasarea Panias as Neronias. NEΡΩNOΣ KAIΣAΡ ΣEBAΣTOY, laureate bust of Nero right / EΠI BAΣIΛE AΓΡIΠΠI NEΡΩ NIE, legend within a circle and wreath. AJC 2.TextImage
Hendin 583Nero AE14 Quarter-denomination of Judaea, Agrippa II, on refounding Ceasarea Panias as Neronias. NEΡΩ KAIΣAΡ ΣEBAΣTOY, laureate head right / EΠI BAΣIΛE AΓΡIΠΠI NEΡΩ NIE, legend within a circle and wreath. AJC 3.TextImage
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Hendin 586Judaea, Agrippa II AE22. Struck under Nero at the mint of Sepphoris in Galilee during the Jewish War in 67/68 AD. Magistrate: Vespasian. L ΔI NEΡΩNO KΛAYΔIOY KAICAΡO C, six line within circle in wreath / EΠI OYECΠACIANOY EΡHNOΠOΛI NEΡΩNIA CEΠΦΩ, two crossed cornucopiae, caduceus between them. TextImage
VESPASIAN
Hendin 589Vespasian AE27 of Judaea, Agrippa II. AYTOKΡA OYECΠACI KAICAΡI CEBACT, laureate bust of Vespasian right / ET AI BA AΓΡI-ΠΠA, turreted Tyche standing left on platform holding full cornucopiae and ears of corn; star top left in field; inscription and date across fields. AJC II, 251, 7.TextImage
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Hendin 595Vespasian AE24 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Caesarea Paneas(?) mint, Year 18 = ca 77-79 AD. Laureate head right / Tyche standing left, holding grain ears and cornucopiae; date across field. Meshorer 142, RPC II 2254. TextImage
Hendin 610Vespasian AE27 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Caesarea Paneas(?) mint, dated Year 26 (85-6/6-7 CE). Laureate head right / Tyche standing left, holding grain ears and cornucopiae; date across field. Meshorer 158, RPC II 2275. TextImage
Hendin 610vVespasian AE27 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Dated Year 26 = AD 85-86. Laureate bust of Vespasian right / ETOY KΣ BA AΓΡI-ΠΠA, turreted Tyche standing left on platform with cornucopiae and ears of grain. TextImage
Hendin 619Vespasian AE26 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Year 27 = 87-88 AD. AYTOKΡA OYECΠACI KAICAΡI CEBACTW, laureate head right / ETOY - KZBA AΓΡI-ΠΠA, Tyche standing left on platform, turreted, holding cornucopiae and corn-ears, star to left. RPC 2283, Meshorer 166.TextImage
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Hendin 742Vespasian AE 20mm of Judaea, Capta. Minted at Caesarea Maritima. AYTOKΡ OVEΣΠ KAIΣAΡ, laureate head right / IOYΔIAΣ EAΛΩKVIAΣ, Nike standing right, inscribing shield attached to palm tree. RPC 2310.TextImage
TITUS
RPC 1967Titus AR Tetradrachm of Tyre, Phoenicia (possibly Caesarea Maritima). 70-71 AD. AYTOKΡ TITOΣ KAIΣ OYEΣΠ, laureate head right wearing aegis / ETOYΣ Γ EIΡOY, Eagle standing left, wings open, club before. Prieur 140, SGI 777.TextImage
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Hendin 591Titus AE26 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Dated year 14 = 74-75 AD. AYTOKΡ TITOC KAICAΡ CEB, laureate head right / L-BACIΛ AΓΡ-IΠOY, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. RPC 2248.TextImage
Hendin 591vTitus AE26 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Dated year 14 = 74-75 AD. AYTOKΡ TITOC KAICAΡ CEB, laureate, draped and elaborately cuirassed bust of Titus right / L-BACIΛ AΓΡ-IΠOY, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. RPC 2247.TextImage
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Hendin 612Titus AE 23 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Year 26 = 86/7 AD. AYTOKΡ TITOC KAICAΡ CEB, laureate head right / ETOY KS BA AΓΡI-ΠΠA, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. AJC II 32a, RPC 2276.TextImage
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Hendin 743Titus AE 20mm of Judaea, Capta. Minted at Caesarea Maritima. AYTOKΡ TITOΣ KAIΣAΡ, laureate head right / IOYΔIAΣ EAΛΩKYIAΣ, Nike standing right, inscribing shield attached to palm tree. RPC 2311.TextImage
Hendin 744Titus AE 20mm of Judaea, Capta. Minted at Caesarea Maritima. AYTOKΡ TITOΣ KAIΣAΡ, laureate head right / IOYΔIAΣ EAΛΩKYIAΣ, Nike standing right, inscribing shield attached to palm tree. RPC 2311.TextImage
Hendin 745Titus AE 25 mm of Judaea, Capta. AYTOKΡ TITOΣ KAIΣAΡ, laureate head right / IOYLIAS EALWKYIAS, trophy of arms, Judaea sitting mourning on ground to left with her hands tied behind her back, shield to right. AJC II Supp VII 5, SNG Cop 106, SNG ANS 477-482, RPC 2313.TextImage
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DOMITIAN
Hendin 600Judaea, Herodian Kings. Agrippa II. Year 19 (79/80 AD). AE 16mm. ΔOMITIANOC KAICAΡE, laureate head of Domitian right / ETO IΘ BA A ΓΡIΠΠ, Nike inscribing shield right.TextImage
Hendin 602Domitian AE22 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Year 24 = 84/85 AD. ΔOMET KAICAΡ ΓEΡMANI, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ETO KΔ BAC AΓΡI-ΠΠA, Nike walking right, holding palm and wreath.TextImage
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Hendin 604Judaea. Domitian and Agrippa II. 56-95 CE. AE 18mm. Dated year 24 (84/85 AD). Laureate head of Domitian / Nike standing left, foot on helmet, inscribing shield.TextImage
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Hendin 607Judaea, Agrippa II, AE16, (2.99g) Laureate head of Domitian right. / Palm tree. G / VG, brown tone.TextImage
Hendin 609Domitian AE12 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Dated Year 25 = AD 85-86. ΔOMET KAIC ΓEΡMAN, laureate head right / ET-KE BA-AΓ, cornucpiae.TextImage
Hendin 612Agrippa II, 55-95 AD, struck with portrait of Domitian, bronze of 19.6 mm. Dated AD 85-86. Laureate bust Domitian to right / Nike with shield on knee.TextImage
Hendin 615Agrippa II and Domitian. AE 19 mm. IM CA D VES F DOM AV GER COS XII, laureate bust of Domitian right / EΠI BA AΓΡI, date ET KS, double cornucopiae crossed at base, winged caduceus between; SC in ex.TextImage
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Hendin 616Domitian / Agrippa II ae21 of Judaea. Laureate head right, IM CA D VES F DOM AV GER COS XII / SC surrounded by inscription and date, EΠI BA AΓΡI; in exergue, date ET KS = Year 26 = 86/7 AD.TextImage
Hendin 617Agrippa II and Domitian. AE20. Caesarea Panias. Dated AD 85-86. KAICAΡ ΔOMITIANOC, laureate head right / ETOY KS BA AΓΡIΠΠA, Nike standing right, left foot on crested helmet, inscribing a shield resting on her left knee. SNG ANS 309; Hendin 617; RPC II 2278; TJC 165a.TextImage
Hendin 627Agrippa II and Domitian. AE21. 7.2 g. Dated Year 29 (AD 88-89). KAICAΡ ΔOMITIANOC, Laureate head right/ Nike standing right, left foot on crested helmet, inscribing a shield resting on her left knee. AJC II pg. 257, 48b; Hendin 627.TextImage
Hendin 627vDomitian and Agrippa II AE 22mm of Judaea. Dated Year 29 (AD 88-89). Laureate head right / Nike standing right, left foot on crested helmet, writing on shield balancing on her knee.TextImage
Hendin 632vDomitian AE 23mm of Judaea, Agrippa II. Caesarea Paneas(?) mint. Dated RY 35 = 94-5/5-6 AD. Laureate head right / Nike walking right, ETOY-LEB AΓΡ-IΠΠ. Date variant of Meshorer 180 and RPC 2297. TextImage
Hendin 634Agrippa II. 56-95 AD. AE 15 mm. AYTO ΔOM, Laureate head right / Inscription and date within wreath; BA AΓΡ ET EA. AJC II, 258, 56. TextImage
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Hendin 751Domitian AE19 of Caesarea Maritima. Judaea Capta issue. IMP DOMIT AVG GERM, laureate bust of Domitian right / VICTOR AVG, trophy of arms. RPC 2309.TextImage
For later emperors, see the appropriate emperor, king or city page
Mel Wacks' Handbook of Biblical Numismatics pdf at archive.org
The Menorah Coin Project, a great die study of Yehud coins, by Jean-Philippe Fontanille
Entry for Judaea on the Digital Historia Numorum
->Aelia Capitolina
->Agrippa I
->Agrippa II
->Alexander Jannaeus
->Antonius Felix
->Aristobulus
->Askalon
->Berenice
->Coponius
->Gaza
->Herod I
->Herod Agrippa I
->Herod Antipas
->Herod Archelaus
->Herod Philip
->John Hyrcanus I
->John Hyrcanus II
->Judah Aristobulus
->Marcus Ambibulus
->Mattathias Antigonus
->Pontius Pilate
->Porcius Festus
->Raphia
->Valerius Gratus
->Yehud
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