Ancient Roman Silver Coin Vespasian The Fall Of Jerusalem Second Temple
WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER AN OUTSTANDING COIN FROM OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION. The Fall of Jerusalem. SELEUCIS AND PIERIA; Antioch Mint, VESPASIAN: AD 69-79. AR Tetradrachm (27mm, 14.5 g, 12h). Dated New Holy Year 2 (AD 69/70). OYCACIANOV , laureate head right / TOYC NOY IPOY B (date), eagle standing left on club, with wings spread, holding wreath in beak; palm frond to left. Double struck reverse; SEAR 818. Good VF, toned, minor granularity. The death of emperor Nero. When Vespasian was declared Emperor on 1 July 69, his son Titus was left in charge of ending the Jewish rebellion. In 70, he besieged and captured Jerusalem. And destroyed the city and the Second Temple. For this achievement Titus was awarded a Triumph. The Arch of Titus. Commemorates his victory to this day. Reference: DAVID SEAR, ROMAN COINS AND THEIR VALUES; Wikipedia. Provenance: Private Family Collection. I ENCOURAGE ALL BUYERS TO TAKE THEIR ANCIENT PIECES TO THE NEAREST MUSEUM TO BE AUTHENTICATED AND YOU CAN HAVE PEACE OF MIND. COA’s offered upon request! IF YOU WANT TO SEE MORE AMAZING ANCIENT DEALS, PLEASE. Check out my other items. The item “ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER COIN VESPASIAN THE FALL OF JERUSALEM SECOND TEMPLE” is in sale since Sunday, November 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “tarrabcoins” and is located in Salem, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.