Herod Antipas Coin with Palm Tree – Herodian Dynasty Coinage


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  • Herod Antipas son of Herod the Great.
  • Bronze full a denomination coin.
  • Side A: For Gaius Caesar Germanicus within wreath.
  • Side B:Seven branched Palm in-script by Herod the Tetrarch.
  • Certificate of authenticity included.

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Coin of Herod Antipas the Tetrarch year 40 AD

This is a rare coin in very good condition.

The Herodian Dynasty coinage provides more than just a monetary value; it reveals a plethora of historical insights. These coins were not just a means of exchange; they served as propaganda tools for the ruling dynasty.

The images and symbols on these coins aimed to convey messages of power, stability, and loyalty to the people. They were a visual representation of the ruler’s authority and an attempt to legitimize their reign.

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Weight 0.3 kg


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