Israel dating on coins
He acted in just the same way as stamp and coin collectors manage collections today." True, we may not all stick our collections of coins and stamps in cracks in the wall, but we do try to put them somewhere safe.
"In one of the adjacent excavation areas a mikveh of impressive beauty was exposed; when we excavated deeper in the bath we discovered an opening inside it that led to an extensive hiding refuge in which numerous artifacts were found that date to the time of the Bar Kokhba uprising." Your comment was successfully submitted and will be published in accordance with site policy.Maybe one day they had enough, though, and participated in the first revolt against the Romans, that broke out in 66 CE.For one thing: some of the coins bear the date “Year Two” of the revolt and the slogan "Freedom of Zion".Excavations continue at Caesarea as archaeologists uncover some of the most exciting finds of recent times.With the financial backing of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, some US million has been invested in uncovering hidden treasures under the ground and in the sea.