DirectlY from Jerusalem, ancient biblical historically important bronze coin "Prutah of Pontius Pilate. Minted in 30 AD. (Minted the very year of Christís Crucifixion & Resurrection)
Pilate was the only procurator to mint coins with symbols offensive to the Jews. This coin has a libation ladle (simpulum) on the reverse, which is a fairly frequent symbol from the Roman religion of the time, the simpulum was a ...click for details
From Jerusalem, an ancient Byzantine gold coin of Emperor ARCADIUS, dated from, 377 - 408 AD
Arcadius was born in Spain around AD 377, the son of Theodosius the Great and Aelia Flavia Flaccilla.
His father raised him to the rank of co-Augustus of the east in AD 383, though due to his young age it was a solely ceremonial title at first. ...click for details