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35 GR YOU GET ONE Ancient BIBLICAL COIN OF THE MAGI Persian Roman Bible Greek Jesus 35BC-5AD in mini folder with Certificate of Authenticity drachm from Good to Very -

35 GR YOU GET ONE Ancient BIBLICAL COIN OF THE MAGI Persian Roman Bible Greek Jesus 35BC-5AD in mini folder with Certificate of Authenticity drachm from Good to Very Fine

GREEK INDO-SCYTHIAN "Bronze Drachm" Azes II Era Coin. 13.5mm - 16mm CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC. YOU GET ONE specimen in condition similar to the examples shown in the photos. A "must have" affordable coin for any collection. COMES IN FOLDER WITH CERTIFICATE. This Azes II drachm played a major role in the history of Early Christianity. "The wise men of the east" described in the bible were guided by a prophesy and the Star of Bethlehem to find the baby Jesus. Christian tradition has set their number as three, called them Magi, and named them Caspar or Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. They are interpreted today to have been court astrologers from the east who studied and interpreted signs in the sky. The EPIPHANY commemorates their visit. Biblical scholars have debated their identities for centuries. Many scholars believe Caspar (or Gaspar) to have been a representative sent by "The Great King" Azes II of ancient Bactria to the Holy Land to pay homage to the newborn Jesus. His travels were almost certain to have been financed by these very same bronze and silver drachms issued by Azes, who ruled the area which is now modern Afghanistan from 35 BC to 5 AD-during the time of the birth of Jesus. Azes II (35 BC - 5 AD), king of Bactria, minted drachm coins inspired by ancient Greek designs or...
BOOK OF GENESIS COIN - Ancient Biblical Semitic Judaea Elymais Drachm - Historic Coin from Jewish Bible Torah - Nation of Elam, Son of -

BOOK OF GENESIS COIN - Ancient Biblical Semitic Judaea Elymais Drachm - Historic Coin from Jewish Bible Torah - Nation of Elam, Son of Shem

BOOK OF GENESIS COIN Nation of Elam, Son of Shem Comes in Beautiful display box. Coin is encapsulated and presented in clear box with story card and certificate of authenticity. PERFECT GIFT! The Elymais, a Semitic people of classical antiquity who lived at the head of the Persian Gulf, are thought to be descendants of the seminal Elam nation mentioned in the Book of Genesis. This is a bronze drachm struck by the Elymais. Coins is protected in an archival capsule and beautifully displayed in a clear box. Accompanied with a story card and certificate of authenticity . Please note that we have more than one of these available. Photos are an example of the quality of coin you will receive but every coin is unique and different. Thank you!
1 MX magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Silver, 35 BC-5 AD,With Album,Certificate 18mm -

1 MX magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Silver, 35 BC-5 AD,With Album,Certificate 18mm Fine

COIN OF THE MAGI GREEK INDO SCYTHIAN - DRACHM - OBVERSE: KING AZES II ON HORSE REVERSE: STANDING FIGURE, KHAROSHTHI METAL: Silver SIZE: 'RANGE' 12.5MM -16.5MM. Includes Certificate and Albumn This Azes II Silver drachm played a major role in the history of Early Christianity. "The wise men of the east" described in the bible were guided by a prophesy and the Star of Bethlehem to find the baby Jesus. Christian tradition has set their number as three, called them Magi, and named them Caspar or Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. They are interpreted today to have been court astrologers from the east who studied and interpreted signs in the sky. The EPIPHANY commemorates their visit. Biblical scholars have debated their identities for centuries. Many scholars believe Caspar (or Gaspar) to have been a representative sent by "The Great King" Azes II of ancient Bactria to the Holy Land to pay homage to the newborn Jesus. His travels were almost certain to have been financed by these very same bronze and silver drachms issued by Azes, who ruled the area which is now modern Afghanistan from 35 BC to 5 AD-during the time of the birth of Jesus. Azes II (35 BC - 5 AD), king of Bactria, minted drachm coins inspired by ancient Greek designs originating 500 years earlier. The obverse legends were...
RISE OF CHRISTIANITY IN ANCIENT ROME - A Set of 12 Bronze Biblical Roman Coins - Comes in Folder with Informational Sheet, Certificate of Authenticity & Identifier List - GREAT -

RISE OF CHRISTIANITY IN ANCIENT ROME - A Set of 12 Bronze Biblical Roman Coins - Comes in Folder with Informational Sheet, Certificate of Authenticity & Identifier List - GREAT EDUCATIONAL & HISTORICAL SET

The Rise of Christianity in Ancient Rome A Set of 12 Bronze Coins In the 300 years between the death of Jesus and the death of Constantine the Great, Christianity went from being the nascent belief system of a few dozen disciples to the official religion of the mighty Roman Empire. Its meteoric rise is nothing short of miraculous. This remarkable collection tells the story in coins. Your 12 coins will include 1 each from: 1. Gallienus, 253-268 2. Claudius II Gothicus, 268-270 3. Constantine I the Great, 306-337 4. Licinius I, 308-324 5. Constantine II, 337-340 6. Constantius II, 337-361 7. Constans, 337-350 8. Constantius Gallus, 351-354 9. Julian II the Apostate, 360-363 10. Valentinian I, the Great 364-378 11. Valens, 364-378 12. Gratian, 367-383 These coins were minted for everyday transactions and often circulated for long periods of time. The coins that did not become worn out were frequently melted and reissued with the arrival of each new emperor who wanted his portrait displayed. Coins were also melted by other civilizations trading with the Romans and throughout succeeding civilizations over the centuries. The passage of time thus resulted in their great rarity today. This set contains genuine bronze Roman coins from the Third and Fourth centuries CE. The obverse side o...
HEROD THE GREAT - 2000 Year Old Ancient Jewish Bronze Prutah Biblical Pagan Coin - Authentic Ancient Coin in Clear Display Box with Certificate of Authenticity - -

HEROD THE GREAT - 2000 Year Old Ancient Jewish Bronze Prutah Biblical Pagan Coin - Authentic Ancient Coin in Clear Display Box with Certificate of Authenticity - JUDEA

Two-thousand-year-old coin issued in the Holy Land by the infamous Herod I. Herod I is one of the Bible's most complex figures. A brilliant politician & the greatest builder in Jewish history, he was also a paranoid madman who ruthlessly executed anyone he deemed a threat to his absolute power, whether legitimate rivals, family members, or innocent babies. Crowned King of the Jews by the Roman Senate, Herod ruled from 40 BC until his disease-ridden death 36 years later. A prodigious builder, Herod expanded the Second Temple in Jerusalem, of which only the famed Western Wall remains. When Herod was in his 70s, he was visited by "wise men from the East" who came in search of the Messiah-the King of the Jews. Fearful of a coup,Herod divined from his priests that this Messiah would be born in Bethlehem, as prophesized in Micah 5:2. As a precautionary measure, he ordered the so-called "Massacre of the Innocents," in which all male children in the Bethlehem area under the age of two were put to death. This was both brutal & unsuccessful, as Mary & Joseph secreted the infant Jesus to Egypt for safety, only returning after Herod's death. Several types of bronze prutah coins were minted in Herod's name. They were all crudely minted in small quantities. Most coins show only partial images ...
THE FIRST JEWISH COIN in Clear Box with Certificate of Authenticity - Ancient Judean Antique Hyrcanus I Bronze Prutah Israel - REAL COIN FROM BIBLICAL -

THE FIRST JEWISH COIN in Clear Box with Certificate of Authenticity - Ancient Judean Antique Hyrcanus I Bronze Prutah Israel - REAL COIN FROM BIBLICAL TIMES

This coin, a genuine Biblical antiquity is the first money issued by the Jewish people. The first Jewish coin was minted some 450 years after the Babylonian conquest, around 135 BCE , by John Hyrcanus I, King and High Priest of Judea. John was the first ruler of the legendary Hasmonean dynasty which restored Israel to Jewish power, giving rise to the so-called Second Temple Period. John took part in the uprising against the Seleucid Empire, as described in the Biblical books of Maccabees. Under his leadership, the Jews completely repelled the hated Seleucids from Judea, doubling the size of their kingdom and granting them the opportunity to mint these, the first Jewish coins. The Second Temple Period ended when the Romans destroyed the Temple and much of Jerusalem in 70 CE. The Emperor Hadrian rebuilt the ruined city 65 years later, but banished Jews from living there. It wasn't until the establishment of Israel in 1948-some two thousand years later- that the Jewish people would issue another coin. This coin was minted between 135 and 40 BCE. The obverse shows a double cornucopia flanking a pomegranate-a fruit sacred to the early Jews. The cornucopia is a symbol of abundance, but derives from Roman mythology. It is likely that John Hyrcanus I incorporated this symbol as a nod to ...
1 IT magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Silver Tetradrachm of Azes II,35 BC-5 AD,- Includes Certificate and Album.The larger Magi Coin. 18mm -

1 IT magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Silver Tetradrachm of Azes II,35 BC-5 AD,- Includes Certificate and Album.The larger Magi Coin. 18mm Fine

ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Silver Tetradrachm of Azes II,35 BC-5 AD,- Includes Certificate and Album.The larger Magi Coin.Greek Indo Scythian Silver tetradrachm Obverse: King Azes II on horse; Reverse: standing figure Zeus; Kharoshthi script Weight: 7.7-9.8g; Diameter: 19.5 mm -21mm Album open measures: 11" x 7.5" Album folded measures: 5.5" x 7.5" This Azes II bronze tetradrachm played a major role in the history of Early Christianity. Now when Jesus w as born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem , Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? For we have seen his star in the east, and are com e to worship him . . . . And, lo, the star, w hich they saw in the east, w ent before them , till it came and stood over w here the young child was. . . .When they saw the star, they rejoiced w ith exceeding great joy. And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshiped him : and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh. (Matthew Ch.2, KJV)
35 MX magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Bronze, 35 BC-5 AD,With Mini Album,Certificate & Story 18mm -

35 MX magi ANCIENT Biblical Coin of The Magi,Bronze, 35 BC-5 AD,With Mini Album,Certificate & Story 18mm Fine

COIN OF THE MAGI GREEK INDO SCYTHIAN - DRACHM - OBVERSE: KING AZES II ON HORSE REVERSE: STANDING FIGURE, KHAROSHTHI METAL: Bronze SIZE: 'RANGE' 12.5MM -16.5MM. IncludesStory Certificate and Mini Album This Azes II Bronze drachm played a major role in the history of Early Christianity. "The wise men of the east" described in the bible were guided by a prophesy and the Star of Bethlehem to find the baby Jesus. Christian tradition has set their number as three, called them Magi, and named them Caspar or Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. They are interpreted today to have been court astrologers from the east who studied and interpreted signs in the sky. The EPIPHANY commemorates their visit. Biblical scholars have debated their identities for centuries. Many scholars believe Caspar (or Gaspar) to have been a representative sent by "The Great King" Azes II of ancient Bactria to the Holy Land to pay homage to the newborn Jesus. His travels were almost certain to have been financed by these very same bronze and silver drachms issued by Azes, who ruled the area which is now modern Afghanistan from 35 BC to 5 AD-during the time of the birth of Jesus. Azes II (35 BC - 5 AD), king of Bactria, minted drachm coins inspired by ancient Greek designs originating 500 years earlier. The obverse leg...
35 MX ANCIENT Biblical SILVER Coin of The Magi, 35 BC-5 AD,With Mini Album,Certificate & Story 18mm Very -

35 MX ANCIENT Biblical SILVER Coin of The Magi, 35 BC-5 AD,With Mini Album,Certificate & Story 18mm Very Good

COIN OF THE MAGI GREEK INDO SCYTHIAN - DRACHM - OBVERSE: KING AZES II ON HORSE REVERSE: STANDING FIGURE, KHAROSHTHI METAL:SILVER SIZE: 'RANGE' 12.5MM -16.5MM. IncludesStory Certificate and Mini Album This Azes II SILVER drachm played a major role in the history of Early Christianity. "The wise men of the east" described in the bible were guided by a prophesy and the Star of Bethlehem to find the baby Jesus. Christian tradition has set their number as three, called them Magi, and named them Caspar or Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. They are interpreted today to have been court astrologers from the east who studied and interpreted signs in the sky. The EPIPHANY commemorates their visit. Biblical scholars have debated their identities for centuries. Many scholars believe Caspar (or Gaspar) to have been a representative sent by "The Great King" Azes II of ancient Bactria to the Holy Land to pay homage to the newborn Jesus. His travels were almost certain to have been financed by these very same bronze and silver drachms issued by Azes, who ruled the area which is now modern Afghanistan from 35 BC to 5 AD-during the time of the birth of Jesus. Azes II (35 BC - 5 AD), king of Bactria, minted drachm coins inspired by ancient Greek designs originating 500 years earlier. The obverse lege...
VIRGIN MARY COIN IN CLEAR BOX with Certificate of Authenticity - Genuine Ancient Roman Emperor Arcadius Bronze Coin - HOLY MOTHER -

VIRGIN MARY COIN IN CLEAR BOX with Certificate of Authenticity - Genuine Ancient Roman Emperor Arcadius Bronze Coin - HOLY MOTHER JESUS

This Coin highlights a pivotal moment in the history of Christianity: when the Virgin Mary is acknowledged not just as the mother of Jesus, but as the Mother of God. Christianity did not wipe out pagan beliefs as much as it assimilated them into the new religion. Worship of various local gods & goddesses continued in modified form as veneration of the saints. No saint was venerated more than Mary, the Virgin Mother of Jesus Christ. Her cult was relatively small until the reign of the Emperor Arcadius (A.D. 395-408). His eldest daughter Pulcheria dedicated herself to Mary at a young age, inspiring her father to build a number of churches dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Their enthusiastic involvement with Marian veneration transformed what was a fledgling cult into arguably the most popular in Christendom. Pulcheria spearheaded the movement to proclaim Mary as the Mother of God (as opposed to just the mother of the human Jesus), which was formally achieved at the Council of Ephesos. Arcadius, for his part, conceded to his daughter's every request, & was thus the earliest & most influential Marian benefactors. Without Arcadius, Mary may never have become the Madonna, & would not have the prominence she now enjoys. This is a genuine ancient bronze coin from the reign of the Eastern Rom...
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The Black Apostle : Ancient Biblical History of the Black or Negro Race, Proven by the - Ancient Biblical Coins
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The Black Apostle : Ancient Biblical History of the Black or Negro Race, Proven by the Bible

What Did the Ancient Israelites Eat? : Diet in Biblical - Ancient Biblical Coins
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What Did the Ancient Israelites Eat? : Diet in Biblical Times

What Did the Biblical Writers Know and When Did They Know It? : What Archeology Can Tell Us About the Reality of Ancient - Ancient Biblical Coins
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Historical Ancient Coins of Biblical Jerusalem Collection and Guide Jewish Kings Roman Rulers

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http://www.trustedancientcoins.com/ancient-coins-biblical-jerusalem-collecting-guide/amp/ for the Ancient Coins of Biblical Jerusalem Collecting Guide This guide is designed to teach people a lot more about ancient biblical coins. Some of the coins explored in this guide are those of John Hyrcanus I, Alexander Jannaeus, Herod the Great, Herod Archelaus, Pontius Pilate and the Roman prefects procurators of Judaea area. The best reference work on the subject is Guide to Biblical Coins by David...

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