Coin of Herod Archelaus – Money of The Bible


Money of the Bible: New Testament coin prutah of the Procurator in Judea Herod Archelaous. 

Currency used in Jesus time with certificate of authenticity.


Money of the Bible: Ancient coin of Herod Archelaus.

This Biblical coin of the Procurator Herod Archelaous on Judea was currency in Jesus time.

Side A: inscritp “EONAPXOY” (of the Ethnrach) crested on helmet with cheek straps.

Side B: Inscript “HPWAOY” (of Herod) bunch of grapes on vine and a small leaf.

Archelaous is one of the Men who ruled on the Holy Land in the first Century, and was mentioned in the New Testament

But when he heard that Archelaus was reigning in Judea in place of his father Herod, he was afraid to go there. Having been warned in a dream, he withdrew to the district of Galilee. (Matthew 2:22)

The Procurator Herod Archelous was the first son of King Herod the Great who ruled in the year’s 3 AD – 6 AD over Judea.

This coin was discovered on an archeological excavation in Jerusalem.

This genuine New Testament coin comes with a nice display Stand.

Shipped from Israel with certificate of authenticity by Authorized Dealer by the Israeli Antiquities Authority.

Additional information

Weight .3 kg