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Bronze Coin of The Roman Procurator of Judaea Pontius Pilate - FJ.3676
Origin: Israel (Caesarea)
Circa: 26 AD to 36 AD

Collection: Jewish Coin Pendant/ Judaica
Medium: Bronze/Gold

Additional Information: This splendid coin is set in an 18-karat gold pendant.
Location: United States
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Minted by the famous Pontius Pilate, this bronze token evokes a remarkable moment in history. When the coin was first passed hand-to-hand in the towns and markets, Tiberius sat on the throne of Rome, the yearning for independence was growing in Israel, and Jesus was preaching among the people. Those who first held it might have been roman centurions, worshipers at the temple, or followers of the carpenter from Galilee. When we wear it today in it golden setting, we open up the corridors of time and set the imagination traveling on a wondrous journey of discovery. - (FJ.3676)


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