SIX PRUTOT OF THE PROCURATORS IN SILVER BRACELET

SIX PRUTOT OF THE PROCURATORS IN SILVER BRACELET


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FOUR PRUTOT OF PONTIUS PILATE WITH LITUUS

Pontius Pilate as Procurator of Judaea under Tiberius (26-36 CE)

Minted Year 17-18 (30-31 CE)

Obverse: Lituus (auger's staff) surrounded by TIBERIOY KAICAPOC (Of Tiberius Caesar).

Reverse: Date surrounded by wreath.

Bibliography:

Hendin, 649/650

TWO PRUTOT OF PONTIUS PILATE WITH SIMPULUM

Pontius Pilate as Procurator of Judaea under Tiberius (26-36 CE)

Minted Year 16 (29 CE)

Obverse: Three bound ears of barley surrounded by IOVLIAC KAICAPOC.

Reverse: Simpulum (a ceremonial ladle used for libations) surrounded by TIBERIOY KAICAPOC LIV.

Bibliography:

Hendin, 648

SNG ANS 367

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Pontius Pilate ruled Judaea as a procurator of Rome under the emperor Tiberius from 26-36 CE. In this time he rule was generally seen to be harsh and unyielding. So much so that the end of his reign of the direct result of his being recalled to Rome to give an account of his actions while procurator. The most famous of these draconian ruling is the execution of Jesus Christ believed to have occurred in the later half of the reign of Pontius Pilate. “When morning came, all the chief priests and elders of the people plotted against Jesus to put Him to death. And when they had bound Him, they led Him away and delivered Him to Pontius Pilate the governor.” (Matthew 21: 1-2)

ONE PRUTAH OF PORCIUS FESTUS

c. 58/59 CE

Obverse: NER WNO C in wreath tied at the bottom with a X.

Reverse: Palm branch surrounded by KAICAPOC and date LE (Year 5).

Bibliography:

Hendin, 653

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Porcius Festus succeeded Antonius Felix as procurator of Judea under the Roman Emperor Nero.

All coins in fine to very fine condition. Set in modern silver bracelet.

Weight: 30.3g; Length: 20 cm (7.87 inches); Diameter: 17 mm

Certificate of Authenticity included.

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