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Vespasian Judaea Capta Æ Sestertius Commemorating Rome’s Suppression of The Jewish Revolt Roman Empire 71 AD Bronze Coin Museum Reproduction CBRS0085

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Æ Bronze Roman Empire Sestertius Vespasian, Quelling of the first Jewish revolt, Lugdunum mint, struck 71 A.D.

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The main Judaea Capta coinage was a series of imperial issues struck in gold, silver, and bronze, and provincial issues struck in silver and bronze, to celebrate the Roman defeat of Judaea, the capture of Jerusalem, and the destruction of the Jewish Second Temple during the First Jewish War (66-73 CE). Generally, the reverse of this coinage shows a Jewish female seated in an attitude of mourning beneath a palm tree. Sometimes a bound male captive, or the figure of the victorious emperor or Victory, is found standing on the other side amid weapons, shields, and helmets. While some gold and silver coins bear no legend on the reverse, most issues are inscribed IVDAEA CAPTA, IVDEA CAPTA, IVDAEA DEVICTA or simply IVDAEA. The imperial coins were struck for only Vespasian and Titus. Provincial drachms were minted in Asia Minor for Titus (who oversaw the capture of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple). The provincial bronze coinage for Titus and Domitian (who did not participate in any of the actions, but was included by familial association) was struck in Judaea by the Roman administration at Caesarea Maritima and even by the Romanized Jewish ruler, Agrippa II, who was a friend of Titus and his supporter during the war.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Laureate head of Vespasian right
Legend:
IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M TR P P P COS III

Reverse side
Vespasian standing right before a palm tree, left foot on helmet, holding vertical spear in right hand and parazonium in left hand against left arm; after palm tree, Judaea seated right on cuirass in attitude of mourning, propping her head on left hand, right arm set on her knee
Legend:
IVDEA CAPTA, SC in ex

A perfect choice for Numismatists, Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors.

Weight 27,6 g
Dimensions 33,8 mm

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