Coin from the Time of Jesus – Gratus Governor on Judea Year 14 AD

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Coin of Valerius Gratus, the Roman procurator of Judea year 14 AD

    ● Coins of the Bible from Jerusalem.
    ● Minted in Jerusalem year 14 AD.
    ● Side B: Palm Branch with name Julia mother of Caesar Tibaruis.
    ● Side A: Tiberuis Caesar within wreath tied base.
    ● Shipped direct from Israel
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Ancient coin of Valerius Gratus, the Roman procurator of Judea under Caesar Tiberius.

    The “Coin from the Time of Jesus – Gratus Governor on Judea Year 14 AD” is an ancient artifact dating back to the early 1st century AD, during the governance of Valerius Gratus in Judea. Key features include its historical significance, being contemporaneous with the life of Jesus Christ, and its origin from a pivotal period in Judean history. Benefits include its value as a collectible for historians, numismatists, and religious scholars, offering a tangible connection to the past. Unique selling points are its authenticity, rarity, and the cultural and religious context it represents, making it a prized possession for collectors and enthusiasts of ancient history.

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Weight 0.2 kg

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