Pontius Pilate Coin with Album Story and Certificate,Judean Bronze Prutah

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller caz-10 (24,134) 99.9%, Location: Diamondhead, Mississippi, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 153482466408 Pontius Pilate Coin with Album Story and Certificate, Judean Bronze Prutah. Shipped within one business Day. Pontius Pilate's bronze prutahs of Judaea were minted in years 29, 30 and 31 C.E., in Jerusalem, at the point in time and the place where Jesus spent his last days. The coins circulated in the Holy Land during those events 2000 years ago. Pilate minted two coin designs with distinctive images: (1) The earlier type shows a simpulum, a utensil with shaft and a handle used by Roman priests to ladle wine onto ritual animal sacrifices. Reverse shows three ears of barley. (2) The later type shows a Roman lituus, the curved wooden staff held upward by augurs, religious men that invoked the gods and made predictions. The reverse side shows a wreath, a symbol of power and victory, found on ancient Greek, Roman and also modern coins. Greek inscriptions refer to Roman emperor Tiberius and Empress Julia. All Judaean bronze coins were crudely minted. Most surviving coins of this era are odd shaped and show only partial inscriptions Coin sent may vary from photo. ANA Platinum Member,# 3163853 NGC Member Over 24,000 positive feedbacks Condition: Pontius Pilate's bronze prutahs of Judaea were minted in years 29, 30 and 31 C.E., in Jerusalem, at the point in time and the place where Jesus spent his last days. The coins circulated in the Holy Land during those events 2000 years ago. Pilate minted two coin designs with distinctive images: (1) The earlier type shows a simpulum, a utensil with shaft and a handle used by Roman priests to ladle wine onto ritual animal sacrifices. Reverse shows three ears of barley. (2) The later type shows a Roman lituus, the curved wooden staff held upward by augurs, religious men that invoked the gods and made predictions. The reverse side shows a wreath, a symbol of power and victory, found on ancient Greek, Roman and also modern coins. Greek inscriptions refer to Roman emperor Tiberius and Empress Julia. All Judaean bronze coins were crudely minted. Most surviving coins of this era are odd shaped and show only partial inscriptions, Certification: Seller, Composition: Bronze, Pontius Pilate Coin: Judean Bronze Prutah,Album,Story,Certificate, Material: Bronze

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