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Herod I - prutah Hendin-500 / 1188 (01)
1.70 grams
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Agrippa I - prutah (year 6 = 41/42AD)Hendin-553 / 1244
2.66 grams
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Agrippa II under ClaudiusHendin - 575 / 1267
Obverse: palm branch upright, legend around, date in field
Reverse: TIBERIAC within laurel wreath, surrounded by dotted border.
x.xx grams; xx.x mm
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Agrippa II under Nero Agrippa II under Nero - AE18 (struck ca. 61 – 68 AD)
Hendin - 582 / 1274
Obverse: Laureate head of Nero facing right; NEΡΩNOΣ KAIΣAΡ ΣEBAΣTOY ;
Reverse: ΕΠI / BACIΛE / AΓPIΠΠ / NEPΩ / NIE within circle surrounded by laurel wreath, surrounded by dotted border.
6.43 grams; 17.5 mm
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Agrippa II under NeroAgrippa II under Nero - AE18 (struck after 63 AD)
Hendin - 578 / 1270
Obverse: DIVA POPPAEA AVG; around distyle temple, female figure seated left, within
Reverse: DIVA CLAVD NER F; around hexastyle temple, female figure stands left within, holding cornucopia
Issued in the name of Nero’s infant daughter, Claudia, who died in infancy in 63 AD.
x.xx grams; x.xx mm
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Antonius Felix - prutah (year 14 = 54AD)Hendin-652
3.08 grams
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Antonius Felix - prutah (year 14 = 54AD)Hendin-651
2.48 grams
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Antonius Felix - prutah (year 14 = 54AD)Hendin-652 [02]
2.78 grams
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Antonius Felix - prutah (year 14 = 54AD)Hendin-651 [02]
2.74 grams
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Coponius - prutah (year 36 = 6AD)Hendin-635 / 1328
1.76 grams
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Coponius - prutah (year 36 = 6AD)Hendin-635 / 1328 [02]
1.81 grams
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Hendin-604 / 1317Agrippa II under Domitian - AE18 (year 24 = 83/84AD)
4.42 grams
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Herod Antipas - 1/4 denomination (year 24 = 20 AD)Hendin-511 / 1201
4.58 grams
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Herod Antipas - 1/2 denomination (year 34 = 30AD)Hendin-517 / 1208
6.71 grams
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Herod Antipas - 1/2 denomination (year 37 = 33/34 AD)Hendin-521 / 1212
5.17 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Antipas - 1/2 denomination (year 43 = 39/40 AD)Hendin-525 / 1216
5.94 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Antipas - 1/4 denomination (year 33 = 29 AD)Hendin-514 / 1205
3.68 grams
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Herod Antipas - 1/4 denomination (year 34 = 30AD)Hendin-518 / 1209
3.76 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Antipas - 1/4 denomination (year 37 = 33/34 AD)Hendin-522 / 1213
3.00 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Antipas - 1/8 denomination (year 24 = 20 AD)Hendin-511a / 1202
1.06 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Antipas - full denomination (year 24 = 20 AD)Hendin-509 / 1199
4.96 grams

This coin is somewhat light weight for a full denomination coin (MCP ranges = 6.10 grams to in the 10.5 gram range, with a single listed at 12.56 grams), however there is a piece of metal missing from about K4 - K7 on the lower edge which may account for a good part of the coin's light weight. This specimen is listed on MCP (ANT-03) at the very bottom of the page as "too poor or too tooled to be identified". I respectfully disagree with this comment. The coin is almost certainly a match to OBV-3 based on the shape of the two leaves immediately above TI, and the leaves to the immediate right of BE. The reverse's attribution is not certain, although the shape of the branches does somewhat match a damaged/partial coin listed as being from REV-3.
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Herod Antipas - full denomination (year 43 = 39/40 AD)Hendin-524 / 1215
11.65 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Archelaus - 2 prutotHendin-503 / 1194
2.74 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-507 / 1193 (01)
1.41 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-506 / 1197 (01)
1.22 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-505 / 1196
2.44 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-504 / 1195
1.28 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-508 / 1192
1.34 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-506 / 1197 (02)
1.18 grams
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Herod Archelaus - prutahHendin-507 / 1193 (02)
1.35 grams
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Herod I - 2 prutotHendin-490a / 1178a (02)
2.96 grams
open diadem
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Herod I - 2 prutotHendin-490 / 1178a (02)
3.22 grams
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Herod I - 8 prutot (dated year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-486 / 1169 (02)
8.38 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - leptonHendin-501 / 1190 (01)
1.11 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-502 / 1191 (01)
0.90 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-501 / 1190 (02)
0.84 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-502 / 1191 (02)
0.58 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-502 / 1191 (03)
0.90 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-491 / 1179
1.42 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-491 / 1179 [02]
1.54 grams
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Herod I - 2 prutotHendin-490 / 1178 (01)
3.83 grams
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Herod I - 2 prutotHendin-490a / 1178a (01)
3.08 grams
open diadem
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Herod I - 2 prutot (year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-488 / 1171 (02)
2.76 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 2 prutot (year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-488 / 1171 (03)
2.58 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 2 prutot (Date not in die, but probably struck year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-488 / 1171 (01)
3.05 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 4 prutot (dated year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-487 / 1170 (01)
4.07 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 4 prutot (dated year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-487 / 1170 (02)
5.3 grams
The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 8 prutot (dated year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-486 / 1169 (01)
7.76 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - 8 prutot (dated year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-486 / 1169 (03)
7.03 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - lepton Hendin-496 / 1186 (01)
0.59 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-495 / 1185 (02)
0.48 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-495 / 1185 (01)
0.96 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-495 / 1185 (03)
0.64 grams
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Herod I - leptonHendin-496 / 1186 (02)
0.67 grams
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Herod I - prutah Hendin-499 / 1174 (01)
0.78 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-494 / 1184 (01)
1.74 grams
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Herod I - prutah Hendin-498 / 1173 (01)
1.12 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-493 / 1184 (01)
1.60 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-492 / 1183 (01)
1.06 grams
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Herod I - prutah Hendin-499 / 1174 (02)
1.09 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-498 / 1173 (02)
0.93 grams
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Herod I - prutah Hendin-500 / 1188 (02)
1.81 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-494 / 1184 (02)
1.57 grams
pictured on MenorahCoinProject.org under Obv. 6 / Rev. 7
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Herod I - prutahHendin-492 / 1183 (02)
1.79 grams
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Herod I - prutahHendin-493 / 1184 (02)
1.25grams
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Herod I - prutah (year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-489 / 1172 (01)
2.64 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod I - prutah (year 3 = either 40BC or 37BC)Hendin-489 / 1172 (02)
2.27 grams

The dating of these coins is subject to debate. Some say that because Herod was appointed Tetrarch of Samaria by Marc Antony in 42BC, that "year 3" would correspond to 40/39BC. Others feel that because Herod was appointed King of Judaea by the Roman Senate in 40BC, that "year three" should then represent 37BC. In all reality, the debate will most likely never be settled conclusively, one way or the other.
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Herod Philip - AE18 (year 12 = 8/9AD)Hendin-531a / 1221a
8.12 grams
date engraved retrograde: BIL
reverse legend engraved to read clockwise, as opposed to usual counter-clockwise direction
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Herod Philip - AE18 (year 33 = 29/30AD)Hendin-537 / 1228
6.13 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Philip - AE18 (year 37 = 33/34AD)Hendin-542 / 1233
7.21 grams
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Herod Philip - AE19 (year 19 = 15/16AD)Hendin-534 / 1224
5.44 grams
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Herod Philip - AE19 (year 34 = 30/31 AD)Hendin-530 / 1229
6.41 grams
ex. CNG
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Herod Philip - AE20 (year 16 = 12/13AD)Hendin-533 / 1223.b
6.40 grams
Star in circle countermark on obverse
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Herod Philip - AE20 (year 19 = 15/16AD)Hendin-532 / 1222
5.26 grams
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Herod Philip- AE15 (year 30 = 26/27 AD)Hendin-536 / 1226
3.22 grams
ex. CNG
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Marcus Ambibulus - prutah (year 39 = 9AD)Hendin-636 / 1329
2.39 grams
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Marcus Ambibulus - prutah (year 40 = 10AD)Hendin-637 / 1330
1.93 grams
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Marcus Ambibulus - prutah (year 41 = 11AD)Hendin-638 / 1331
2.18 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (date indistinct, but either 30 or 31AD)Hendin-649/50v
1.69 grams
lituus engraved retrograde
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (date indistinct, but either 30 or 31AD)Hendin-649/50
1.60 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 16 = 29AD)Hendin-648 / 1341 (01)
1.93 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 16 = 29AD)Hendin-648 / 1341 (02)
2.49 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 16 = 29AD)Hendin-648 / 1341 [03]
1.72 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 17 = 30AD)Hendin-649
1.80 grams
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 17 = 30AD)Hendin-649v
1.86 grams
date and lituus engraved retrograde
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 17 = 30AD)Hendin-649v
1.72 grams
Z in date engraved retrograde
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 18 = 31AD)Hendin-650v
1.71 grams
note upside down wreath
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Pontius Pilate - prutah (year 18 = 31AD)Hendin-650 [01]
1.94 grams
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Porcius Festus - prutah (year 5 - 58/59AD)Hendin-653
1.85 grams
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Porcius Festus - prutah (year 5 - 58/59AD)Hendin-653v [01]
1.60 grams
both "N"s on reverse engraved retrograde
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