Directly from Jerusalem, historically important Roman "Jewish" bronze coin of Bar Kochba, dated from, 66 - 70 AD
"The first Jewish revolt against Rome" also know by the MASADA COIN.
Throughout the revolution that lasted from AD 66 to 70, a large number of purely jewish coins were made to supply the needs of war, as offerings for the temple, and as political or inspirational statements. These we ...click for details
A very attractive and exquisite ancient Phoenician massive pottery trading vessel over 2,800 years old that sank in the Mediterranean sea with two handles, pointed base, wide mouth and a short rim enjoying a great looking sea encrustation shells patina
This wine transport amphora dates from 900 - 600 BC
Large ancient Egyptian soft blue faience Ushabti with defined features, standing with braided beard, arms crossed, hands holding pick and hoe, wearing a tripartite wig and bearing eight lines of hieroglyphic inscription