Masada coin of the First Jewish Revolt 67 AD.
Date: 67 A.D.
Ruler: Zealot Party of the First Jewish Revolt.
Mint: Judea (city unknown).
Ancient coin was minted for two years only under the Zealot faction in Judea during the First Jewish revolt (67-68 and 68-69).
It was minted as a type of war propaganda.
With side A reading: “Taharut Zion” (The Freedom of Zion)
The inscription on side B lists the year of the minting (ex. “Year 2”).