Results 1 – 30 of 40 Guide to Biblical Coins by David Hendin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Guide to Biblical Coins has 11 ratings and 3 reviews. Al said: This is a fantastic resource for anyone who collects not only Judean coins, but Roman proc. David Hendin | Parva ne pereant. He is author of Guide to Biblical Coins ( ), now in its fifth edition, Ancient Scale Weights and Pre-Coinage Currency of.
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Surcharge of the Money Changers more. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Israel Numismatic Research 4: The Genetic Connection more. We attribute the loss of arsenic to both re-smelting of bronze and to a changing pattern in local metal supplies, with copper alloys from Dead Sea Rift mins dabid those from Cyprus. Write a customer review. Jun 15, Allen Rizzi rated it it was amazing. Yahya marked it as to-read Aug 11, It’s definitely not cheap, but if you are interested daavid biblical coins, nobody does it better than Hendin.
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Boaz Zissu and David Hendin Publisher: Hendin has fully revised and updated the fifth edition to reflect archaeological discoveries, and the work of a new generation of numismatists who specialize in this field.
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Ariel and J-P Fontanille. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The illustrations of the coins are wonderful, and the pictures in the back of the book are of top quality. Israel Numismatic Journal 13, A rectangular piece fo casually cut bronze, struck with a known die pair gude undated Bar Kokhba denars, is thought to be the first known test strike from the Bar Kokhba Revolt.
This article presents a survey of recent research in pre-coinage currency of Judaea, coins of the Persian period Philistia, Edom, Samaria, and Judaeathe Hasmonean dynasty, the Herodian dynasty, the Jewish War against Rome and the Bar Kokhba revolt.
Declining amounts of arsenic in Judean coins during the period BCE to CE allow us to study a proposed relative chronology for Herod I’s undated coins. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Shopbop Henddin Fashion Brands.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Well worth the price. A minimum of five ancient Judaean coins from each of eleven different paired irregular versus standard types of coins in total spanning the period from BCE Hyrcanus I to 70 CE the first Jewish revolt against the Romans were selected for a non-destructive elemental analysis by x-ray fluorescence that was used to calculate compositional diversity.
Lists over different coins; ancient weights; Biblical quotations; translations; charts; drawings; and more than photographs.
The results strongly suggest that the majority of the irregular coins were imitative issues produced at non-official mints, probably to fulfill the need for additional coins during periods or in regions with shortages. A Treasury of Jewish Coins: Jan 1, Publication Name: Two symbols not previously identified or discussed are described on a coin of Herod Philip and discussed relative to comments of ancient historians.
Describes a rare Roman Judaea Capta bronze of Asia Minor that previously was unpublished in reference books, biblcial noted only in a auction catalog. Alexey Lyavdansky marked it as to-read Feb 01, This coin also contributes to establishing a Maro Zizo added it Oct 06, An enigmatic coin previously attributed to Agrippa I is shown to be a coin struck at the city of Gaba.
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