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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    V OKI t C iUNS 1100 t Ills V P K ItXJVuan lOSM Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reel in 1116 mg I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 S00 IIUI CHIN V P R 100 Yuan 1989 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reclin 1117 ing I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 800 1102 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1990 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda r climb 1118 ing rock value below Y 242 Brilliant Cncircu


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    V OKI t C iUNS 1100 t Ills V P K ItXJVuan lOSM Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reel in 1116 mg I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 S00 IIUI CHIN V P R 100 Yuan 1989 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reclin 1117 ing I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 800 1102 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1990 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda r climb 1118 ing rock value below Y 242 Brilliant Cncircu


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    V OKI t C iUNS 1100 t Ills V P K ItXJVuan lOSM Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reel in 1116 mg I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 S00 IIUI CHIN V P R 100 Yuan 1989 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda reclin 1117 ing I on grid held denomination below Y 191 Brilliant I ncircu lated 750 800 1102 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1990 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda r climb 1118 ing rock value below Y 242 Brilliant Cncircu


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    THE TEMPLE MOUNT SIFTING PROJECT

    09/25/2016

    THE Temple MOUNT SIFTING PROJECT http www coinbooks org esylum_v19n39a33 html Jere Bacharach our second E Sylum email subscriber forwarded this blog article about the Temple Mount Sifting Project Thanks Editor About the Project The Temple Mount Sifting Project is under the auspices of Bar Ilan University The sifting is funded and operated by the Ir David Foundation with th


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    RLi Coins A LARGE OFFERING OF CHINESE GOLD PANDA BULLION COINS MOSTLY ONE OUNCE PIECES 1 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1984 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda lounging r holding bamboo Y 77 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 8 CHINA P R 1 00 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 9 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 10 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Pand


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    RLi Coins A LARGE OFFERING OF CHINESE GOLD PANDA BULLION COINS MOSTLY ONE OUNCE PIECES 1 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1984 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda lounging r holding bamboo Y 77 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 8 CHINA P R 1 00 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 9 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 10 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Pand


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    RLi Coins A LARGE OFFERING OF CHINESE GOLD PANDA BULLION COINS MOSTLY ONE OUNCE PIECES 1 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1984 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda lounging r holding bamboo Y 77 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 8 CHINA P R 1 00 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 9 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Panda swing ing 1 from branch Y 84 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 10 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1985 Temple of Heaven Rv Pand


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    ORLi Coins 30 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv 1144 Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 31 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 1145 32 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1994 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated r chewing bamboo shoots Y 435 Brilliant Uncircu lated 750 800 1146 33 CHIN


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    ORLi Coins 30 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv 1144 Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 31 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 1145 32 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1994 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated r chewing bamboo shoots Y 435 Brilliant Uncircu lated 750 800 1146 33 CHIN


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    Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States, Medals, Tokens, Orders and Decorations and Paper Money

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    ORLi Coins 30 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv 1144 Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 31 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1993 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated 1 on rock Y 614 Brilliant Uncirculated 750 800 1145 32 CHINA P R 100 Yuan 1994 Temple of Heaven within circle Rv Panda seated r chewing bamboo shoots Y 435 Brilliant Uncircu lated 750 800 1146 33 CHIN


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    MORE ON THE MULTI-$BILLION TREASURE DISCOVERED IN INDIA

    07/10/2011

    MORE ON THE MULTI BILLION TREASURE DISCOVERED IN INDIA http www coinbooks org esylum_v14n28a20 html Back to top Nick Graver forwarded this article from The New York Times on the recently announced treasure hoard in India Thanks Editor A court ordered search of vaults beneath a south Indian Temple has unearthed gold jewels and statues worth an estimated 22 billion government officials said Monday The treasure trove at the 16th century Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple is widely believed to be the largest find of its kind in India catching officials in the state of Kerala by surprise and forcing the government to send two dozen police officers to the previously unguarded shrine for round


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2007 Numismatics Periodicals

    TABLE 5 Details of coins found in excavation site type CCI no comments Braughing Herts D 63 0199 excavation Cirencester Gloucs B 61 0204 exc at basilica site 1961 CIR 61 sf 210 Dorchester Oxon A exc allotment site Harlow Essex A 62 0021 Temple excavation 1962 A 67 0134 temple excavation 1966 A 85 0109 temple exc HT 85 sf 286 A 90 0350 temple exc HT 85 sr 845 A 90 0428 temple exc HT 87 sf 1082 A 90 0469 temple exc HT 87 sf 1169 A 90 0477 temple exc HT 87 sf 1193 A 90 0530 temple exc HT 87 sf 1304 B 67 0 35 temple excavation 1967 C 62 0020 temple excavation 1 962 C 67 0133 temple excavation 1966 C 73 0293 exc at Holbro


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2007 Numismatics Periodicals

    TABLE 5 Details of coins found in excavation site type CCI no comments Braughing Herts D 63 0199 excavation Cirencester Gloucs B 61 0204 exc at basilica site 1961 CIR 61 sf 210 Dorchester Oxon A exc allotment site Harlow Essex A 62 0021 Temple excavation 1962 A 67 0134 temple excavation 1966 A 85 0109 temple exc HT 85 sf 286 A 90 0350 temple exc HT 85 sr 845 A 90 0428 temple exc HT 87 sf 1082 A 90 0469 temple exc HT 87 sf 1169 A 90 0477 temple exc HT 87 sf 1193 A 90 0530 temple exc HT 87 sf 1304 B 67 0 35 temple excavation 1967 C 62 0020 temple excavation 1 962 C 67 0133 temple excavation 1966 C 73 0293 exc at Holbro


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2007 Numismatics Periodicals

    TABLE 5 Details of coins found in excavation site type CCI no comments Braughing Herts D 63 0199 excavation Cirencester Gloucs B 61 0204 exc at basilica site 1961 CIR 61 sf 210 Dorchester Oxon A exc allotment site Harlow Essex A 62 0021 Temple excavation 1962 A 67 0134 temple excavation 1966 A 85 0109 temple exc HT 85 sf 286 A 90 0350 temple exc HT 85 sr 845 A 90 0428 temple exc HT 87 sf 1082 A 90 0469 temple exc HT 87 sf 1169 A 90 0477 temple exc HT 87 sf 1193 A 90 0530 temple exc HT 87 sf 1304 B 67 0 35 temple excavation 1967 C 62 0020 temple excavation 1 962 C 67 0133 temple excavation 1966 C 73 0293 exc at Holbro


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    The Numismatist, March 2016

    3/1/2016

    immediately came across the Triumphal Arch erected to Titus the emperor who dedicated the Colosseum and destroyed Jeru salem during the Jewish Revolt As I continued walking I passed the gigantic Basilica of Constan tine originally Maxentius with its three 130 foot high groin vaults crossed arches To my left was the home of the Vestal Virgins and just in front of its entrance was the Temple of Vesta 4 The temple was built to resemble the thatched hut built upon that spot at Rome s beginning Augustus re placed the original wooden struc ture which had been destroyed by a flood with one of marble I found the coin in my pouch that showed this temple a gold aureus of Vespasian As I men tioned he was the first Flavian emperor and started building the Colosseum funding the p


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2013 Numismatics Periodicals

    UNIDENTIFIED PROTOTYPES OF BRITISH CELTIC COINS 11 Figs 15 16 Verica s Temple type and a potential prototype 15 Verica silver minim obverse depicting temple reproduced x 2 ABC 1316 Chris Rudd List 139 no 26 16 The author Mark Antony denarius reverse depict ing temple and solar disk reproduced xl 5 RRC 496 1 BM CM 1867 0101 1 130 The Trustees of the British Museum ceeding from the part to the whole or from the central element to the wider contex


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    Public and mail auction sale : 1977 convention of international numismatics ... [06/17-18/1977]



    s covered and lined with purple velvet the interior having fitted depressions for the eleven coins in the set The top and sides of the case are covered with elaborate Gold and Silver filigree work made to an extremely high standard In the center of the lid is a Gold presentation plaque surrounded by a Gold wreath The plaque is engraved A la Exma Sefiora Da Maria P de Forster Francisca Temple de Ajuria Casa de Moneda de Mexico 1879 which translates to To Her Excellency Mrs Maria P Forster Francisca Temple Ajuria Mexico City Mint 1879 This set was a government gift from the wife of the director and lessee of the Mexico City Mint to the wife of the United States Ambassador to Mexico We quote from a letter of 1964 from the preeminent Mexican numismatic historian Dr Albert


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    The Shekel, vol. 11, no. 6 (November-December 1978)

    /1978

    anger was permissable and appears to have been practiced during the Babylonian captivity though it was considered an abomination Money changers did pay interest on money left with them as can be seen in this quote from Matthew Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the eaefungers and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury Matthew indicates that Jesus went Into the Temple of God and cast out all them that sold aod bought in the temple Matthew 21 13 This same event is paraphrased in Mark where another detail is added And he would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple Mark 11 16 The third reference to this event is contained m John where greater insight is given indicating that it was Passover and that Jesus drove them nil those


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    The Shekel, vol. 11, no. 6 (November-December 1978)

    /1978

    anger was permissable and appears to have been practiced during the Babylonian captivity though it was considered an abomination Money changers did pay interest on money left with them as can be seen in this quote from Matthew Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the eaefungers and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury Matthew indicates that Jesus went Into the Temple of God and cast out all them that sold aod bought in the temple Matthew 21 13 This same event is paraphrased in Mark where another detail is added And he would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple Mark 11 16 The third reference to this event is contained m John where greater insight is given indicating that it was Passover and that Jesus drove them nil those


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    GOLDBERG ANCIENT JEWISH COINS 2017 NYINC SALE

    12/18/2016

    dinary Collection of Ancient Jewish Coins to be Auctioned at New York Waldorf Astoria Hotel on January 10 One of the most extensive collections of extraordinary high quality ancient Jewish coins assembled by a Long Island Doctor over two decades will be auctioned at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on January 10th Included are a remarkable number 45 of extremely rare silver coins picturing the Holy Temple in Jerusalem minted just 60 years after the Temple had been destroyed in 70 CE Each of these museum quality approximately quarter dollar size silver coins pictures the interior of the Temple including the Ark of the Covenant surrounded by columns usually with a star above thought to refer to the Jewish leader Simon Bar Kochba Simon Son of the Star who was proclaimed the Messiah by Rabbi Ak


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    The Shekel, vol. 11, no. 6 (November-December 1978)

    /1978

    anger was permissable and appears to have been practiced during the Babylonian captivity though it was considered an abomination Money changers did pay interest on money left with them as can be seen in this quote from Matthew Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the eaefungers and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury Matthew indicates that Jesus went Into the Temple of God and cast out all them that sold aod bought in the temple Matthew 21 13 This same event is paraphrased in Mark where another detail is added And he would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple Mark 11 16 The third reference to this event is contained m John where greater insight is given indicating that it was Passover and that Jesus drove them nil those


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    The Shekel, vol. 11, no. 6 (November-December 1978)

    /1978

    anger was permissable and appears to have been practiced during the Babylonian captivity though it was considered an abomination Money changers did pay interest on money left with them as can be seen in this quote from Matthew Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the eaefungers and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury Matthew indicates that Jesus went Into the Temple of God and cast out all them that sold aod bought in the temple Matthew 21 13 This same event is paraphrased in Mark where another detail is added And he would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple Mark 11 16 The third reference to this event is contained m John where greater insight is given indicating that it was Passover and that Jesus drove them nil those


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    The Augur, Vol. 1, No. 10

    11/1/1977

    Matthew indicates that Jesus went into the Temple of God and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple Matthew 21 13 This same event is paraphrased in Mark where another detail is added And he would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple Mark 11 16 The third reference to this event is contained in John where greater insight is given indicating that it was Passover and that Jesus drove them all th


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1878 Numismatics; Periodicals

    Supplement Settkmjbeh 28 1878 raw HTn in i i Airy white gown Mill y t Up full Sir TiiuiildV and Drily drove Jo JvA digni fied I it la the tall rvllts dt again half senile tin 1 iuiiu mill Ur Temple was ob liirol u make A dive In fore It diwippeured t nniK Uri Ash bury s iuIuiiiIbou gray yi take walk on tta trach In llw mrly morning Ui 4 K lU f Vm I hsvo f r but if you po fi r mo nn Milizing th j bvocts I ill go toward B ur Why nnt go tel ree good anil Take catv Dolly sj irsuu hl g brr airier arid placing birr juuulh Inwsdc Uw Rule brown or lie


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    The Shekel, vol. 41, no. 6 (November-December 2008)

    /2008

    Land In 830 B C E to permanently replace the Tabernacle Solomon began construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem According to biblical accounts its construction was a tremendous undertaking requiring the services of 10 000 woodcutters in Lebanon 80 000 stonecutters 70 000 porters moving building materials to the site and 3 300 supervisors I Kings 5 29 By 823 B C E the First Temple was completed and formed a religious social and judicial center for the Israelite nation Authorities


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    The Shekel, vol. 24, no. 1 (January-February 1991)

    /1991

    The Temple Mount State Medal 5742 1 982 Reverse A reconstructed three dimensional map of Jerusalem discovered in the floor mosaic of a 6th century church ruin Jerusalem and her walls are shown together with the spires and representative buildings The Temple Mount area is seen on the upper part of the map The legend Jerusalem in Hebrew and English This strictly speaking was the Second Temple Bu


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    The Augur, Vol. 1, No. 5

    6/1/1977

    ce depicted on the shekels appears but the symbol on the reverse is new in Hebrew coinage a bundle of twigs lulab and two citrons ethrogim The lulab and ethrog were carried in procession round the altar on the festival of Tabernacles while supplicating for rain Rain obviously was most important for the Jews in antiquity who were predominantly farmers This was the only procession at the Temple at which laymen also took part I would therefore suggest that Bar Giora who had to encamp outside the Temple enclosure stressed on his coins the fact that the functions in the Temple were not exclusively a prerogative of the priests It stresses the importance of layment even in the domian of Temple worship In the synagogue already an important part of Israelite life in that period the par


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    The Shekel, vol. 24, no. 1 (January-February 1991)

    /1991

    The Temple Mount State Medal 5742 1 982 Reverse A reconstructed three dimensional map of Jerusalem discovered in the floor mosaic of a 6th century church ruin Jerusalem and her walls are shown together with the spires and representative buildings The Temple Mount area is seen on the upper part of the map The legend Jerusalem in Hebrew and English This strictly speaking was the Second Temple Bu


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    The Shekel, vol. 41, no. 6 (November-December 2008)

    /2008

    Land In 830 B C E to permanently replace the Tabernacle Solomon began construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem According to biblical accounts its construction was a tremendous undertaking requiring the services of 10 000 woodcutters in Lebanon 80 000 stonecutters 70 000 porters moving building materials to the site and 3 300 supervisors I Kings 5 29 By 823 B C E the First Temple was completed and formed a religious social and judicial center for the Israelite nation Authorities


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    The Augur, Vol. 1, No. 5

    6/1/1977

    ce depicted on the shekels appears but the symbol on the reverse is new in Hebrew coinage a bundle of twigs lulab and two citrons ethrogim The lulab and ethrog were carried in procession round the altar on the festival of Tabernacles while supplicating for rain Rain obviously was most important for the Jews in antiquity who were predominantly farmers This was the only procession at the Temple at which laymen also took part I would therefore suggest that Bar Giora who had to encamp outside the Temple enclosure stressed on his coins the fact that the functions in the Temple were not exclusively a prerogative of the priests It stresses the importance of layment even in the domian of Temple worship In the synagogue already an important part of Israelite life in that period the par


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017 [Numismatics Tokens Medals]

    y Balsa 125 x 62 mm 5 5 mm high names V Balsa 127 x 62 mm 4 5 mm high names One Wooden Dollar from GEORGE MAMIE BOBBY PARFET Temple PENNSYLVANIA Series IV 1970 A warm and friendly greeting from the MUSHROOM CAPITAL TEMPLE PENNSYLVANIA V Balsa 128 x 77 mm AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from GEORGE MAMIE AND BOBBY PARFET Temple Pennsylvania Series V 1971 Wishing you All the Blessings of Christmas V Balsa 125 x 76 mm Announcing the Arrival of ANGELA TAE STACKHOUSE 7 lb 10 o


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    The Shekel, vol. 24, no. 1 (January-February 1991)

    /1991

    The Temple Mount State Medal 5742 1 982 Reverse A reconstructed three dimensional map of Jerusalem discovered in the floor mosaic of a 6th century church ruin Jerusalem and her walls are shown together with the spires and representative buildings The Temple Mount area is seen on the upper part of the map The legend Jerusalem in Hebrew and English This strictly speaking was the Second Temple Bu


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    The Shekel, vol. 41, no. 6 (November-December 2008)

    /2008

    Land In 830 B C E to permanently replace the Tabernacle Solomon began construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem According to biblical accounts its construction was a tremendous undertaking requiring the services of 10 000 woodcutters in Lebanon 80 000 stonecutters 70 000 porters moving building materials to the site and 3 300 supervisors I Kings 5 29 By 823 B C E the First Temple was completed and formed a religious social and judicial center for the Israelite nation Authorities


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    The Augur, Vol. 1, No. 5

    6/1/1977

    ce depicted on the shekels appears but the symbol on the reverse is new in Hebrew coinage a bundle of twigs lulab and two citrons ethrogim The lulab and ethrog were carried in procession round the altar on the festival of Tabernacles while supplicating for rain Rain obviously was most important for the Jews in antiquity who were predominantly farmers This was the only procession at the Temple at which laymen also took part I would therefore suggest that Bar Giora who had to encamp outside the Temple enclosure stressed on his coins the fact that the functions in the Temple were not exclusively a prerogative of the priests It stresses the importance of layment even in the domian of Temple worship In the synagogue already an important part of Israelite life in that period the par


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017 [Numismatics Tokens Medals]

    y Balsa 125 x 62 mm 5 5 mm high names V Balsa 127 x 62 mm 4 5 mm high names One Wooden Dollar from GEORGE MAMIE BOBBY PARFET Temple PENNSYLVANIA Series IV 1970 A warm and friendly greeting from the MUSHROOM CAPITAL TEMPLE PENNSYLVANIA V Balsa 128 x 77 mm AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from GEORGE MAMIE AND BOBBY PARFET Temple Pennsylvania Series V 1971 Wishing you All the Blessings of Christmas V Balsa 125 x 76 mm Announcing the Arrival of ANGELA TAE STACKHOUSE 7 lb 10 o


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    The Shekel, vol. 24, no. 1 (January-February 1991)

    /1991

    The Temple Mount State Medal 5742 1 982 Reverse A reconstructed three dimensional map of Jerusalem discovered in the floor mosaic of a 6th century church ruin Jerusalem and her walls are shown together with the spires and representative buildings The Temple Mount area is seen on the upper part of the map The legend Jerusalem in Hebrew and English This strictly speaking was the Second Temple Bu


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    The Shekel, vol. 41, no. 6 (November-December 2008)

    /2008

    Land In 830 B C E to permanently replace the Tabernacle Solomon began construction of the First Temple in Jerusalem According to biblical accounts its construction was a tremendous undertaking requiring the services of 10 000 woodcutters in Lebanon 80 000 stonecutters 70 000 porters moving building materials to the site and 3 300 supervisors I Kings 5 29 By 823 B C E the First Temple was completed and formed a religious social and judicial center for the Israelite nation Authorities


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    The Augur, Vol. 1, No. 5

    6/1/1977

    ce depicted on the shekels appears but the symbol on the reverse is new in Hebrew coinage a bundle of twigs lulab and two citrons ethrogim The lulab and ethrog were carried in procession round the altar on the festival of Tabernacles while supplicating for rain Rain obviously was most important for the Jews in antiquity who were predominantly farmers This was the only procession at the Temple at which laymen also took part I would therefore suggest that Bar Giora who had to encamp outside the Temple enclosure stressed on his coins the fact that the functions in the Temple were not exclusively a prerogative of the priests It stresses the importance of layment even in the domian of Temple worship In the synagogue already an important part of Israelite life in that period the par


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017 [Numismatics Tokens Medals]

    y Balsa 125 x 62 mm 5 5 mm high names V Balsa 127 x 62 mm 4 5 mm high names One Wooden Dollar from GEORGE MAMIE BOBBY PARFET Temple PENNSYLVANIA Series IV 1970 A warm and friendly greeting from the MUSHROOM CAPITAL TEMPLE PENNSYLVANIA V Balsa 128 x 77 mm AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from GEORGE MAMIE AND BOBBY PARFET Temple Pennsylvania Series V 1971 Wishing you All the Blessings of Christmas V Balsa 125 x 76 mm Announcing the Arrival of ANGELA TAE STACKHOUSE 7 lb 10 o


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: 2012, Issue 1

    3/1/2012 Numismatics Periodicals

    Facing page Marble bust of Faustina the Elder Antonine period ca AD 138 141 Italy Royal Ontario Museum THE Temple OF FAUSTINA Martin Beckmann Modern visitors to the Roman Forum are often struck by an odd sight just across from the house of the Vestal Virgins a church with a Baroque facade nestled into the cella of a Roman temple figs 8 and 10 It is in fact the best preserved temple in the Roman Forum constructed in the name of Faustina the Elder wife of Antoninus Pius Faustina died in the year 140 at


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    The Shekel, vol. 23, no. 6 (November-December 1990)

    /1990

    Comments on the Second Temple by Ralph L Fusco For some time I have had a desire to know what the 2nd Temple looked like My most recent acquisition a silver tetradrachm stuck during Bar Kokhba Revolt not only shows the facade of a temple but carries with it a remarkable history One of the most violent periods in ancient history that shook the whole Roman world was the period of the Bar Hokhba Revolt The origin of the Rev


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Second Series), Vol. 19

    1/1/2007 ANS

    Generated on 2015 12 31 19 35 GMT http hdl handle net 2027 inu 30000122949880 Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike http www hathitrust Org access_use cc by nc sa 4 0 47 The Gold Coinage of Trajan Dated COS V Series 4 The Octastylc Temple Reverses I would argue that the consistent and imequivocal attributes of Jupiter that appear elsewhere in the minter s cache of punches as revealed by the die study raise new possibilities for understanding this temple Another reverse type of an octastyle temple also appearing in bronze issues of the COS V period with specimens at BMC 863 866 and 958 may be more useful as a comparandum than


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    The Shekel, vol. 23, no. 6 (November-December 1990)

    /1990

    Comments on the Second Temple by Ralph L Fusco For some time I have had a desire to know what the 2nd Temple looked like My most recent acquisition a silver tetradrachm stuck during Bar Kokhba Revolt not only shows the facade of a temple but carries with it a remarkable history One of the most violent periods in ancient history that shook the whole Roman world was the period of the Bar Hokhba Revolt The origin of the Rev


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    COINSWEEKLY ARTICLE SPURS CLEANUP OF GREEK TEMPLE SITE

    04/22/2012

    COINSWEEKLY ARTICLE SPURS CLEANUP OF GREEK Temple SITE http www coinbooks org esylum_v15n17a17 html Back to top Can a blog change the world Maybe a small piece of it An earlier article in CoinsWeekly stirred Greek officials into action finally allowing local activists to perform a much needed cleanup on an ancient temple site unearthed in 2000 in the city of Thessaloniki Congratulations Editor A short time ago we reported in Coin


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 100th Buy or Bid Sale



    601 DIVUS MAXIMIANUS HERACLIUS Died 310 AD Follis struck by his son Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 310 312 AD Officina P 1 5 57g RIC 25 R2 C 14 6Fr OBV DIVO MAXIMIANO PATRI MAXENTIVS AVG Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTP Six columned Temple right door ajar EF VF 250 602 DIVUS MAXIMIANUS HERACLIUS Died 310 AD Follis struck by his son Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 310 312 AD Officina T 3 6 33g RIC 26 R officina T cited only from Voetter s Gerin catalogue C 17 15Fr citing Gneechi OBV IMP MAXENTIVS DIVO MAXIMIANO PATRI Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTT Domed six columned shrine shields on and above doors


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 105th Buy or Bid Sale



    uileia 307 310 AD 6 73g Officina P 1 OBV DIVO CONSTANTIO AVG Veiled head right RX MEMORIA DIVI CONSTANTI AQP Eagle atop altar enclosure RIC 127 corr s Mint State 225 550 DIVUS CONSTANTIUS I Died 306 AD Follis struck by Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 309 312 AD 7 07g Officina S 2 OBV IMP MAXENTIVS DIVO CONSTANTIO ADFINI Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTS Domed six columned Temple RIC 29 R2 C 2 8 Fr Very rare RIC cites Officina S only from Voetter s Gerin catalogue Mint State EF 300 551 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Lugdunum c 301 3 AD 9 83g RIC VI 1 64b Mint State 220 552 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Siscia c 301 AD RIC 135b r EF 110 553 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Heraclea c 297 298 AD RIC 20b A EF 110 554 GALERIUS as


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Second Series), Vol. 19

    1/1/2007 ANS

    Generated on 2015 12 31 19 35 GMT http hdl handle net 2027 inu 30000122949880 Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike http www hathitrust Org access_use cc by nc sa 4 0 47 The Gold Coinage of Trajan Dated COS V Series 4 The Octastylc Temple Reverses I would argue that the consistent and imequivocal attributes of Jupiter that appear elsewhere in the minter s cache of punches as revealed by the die study raise new possibilities for understanding this temple Another reverse type of an octastyle temple also appearing in bronze issues of the COS V period with specimens at BMC 863 866 and 958 may be more useful as a comparandum than


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 100th Buy or Bid Sale



    601 DIVUS MAXIMIANUS HERACLIUS Died 310 AD Follis struck by his son Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 310 312 AD Officina P 1 5 57g RIC 25 R2 C 14 6Fr OBV DIVO MAXIMIANO PATRI MAXENTIVS AVG Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTP Six columned Temple right door ajar EF VF 250 602 DIVUS MAXIMIANUS HERACLIUS Died 310 AD Follis struck by his son Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 310 312 AD Officina T 3 6 33g RIC 26 R officina T cited only from Voetter s Gerin catalogue C 17 15Fr citing Gneechi OBV IMP MAXENTIVS DIVO MAXIMIANO PATRI Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTT Domed six columned shrine shields on and above doors


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    uileia 307 310 AD 6 73g Officina P 1 OBV DIVO CONSTANTIO AVG Veiled head right RX MEMORIA DIVI CONSTANTI AQP Eagle atop altar enclosure RIC 127 corr s Mint State 225 550 DIVUS CONSTANTIUS I Died 306 AD Follis struck by Maxentius 306 312 AD Ostia 309 312 AD 7 07g Officina S 2 OBV IMP MAXENTIVS DIVO CONSTANTIO ADFINI Veiled head right RX AETERNA MEMORIA MOSTS Domed six columned Temple RIC 29 R2 C 2 8 Fr Very rare RIC cites Officina S only from Voetter s Gerin catalogue Mint State EF 300 551 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Lugdunum c 301 3 AD 9 83g RIC VI 1 64b Mint State 220 552 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Siscia c 301 AD RIC 135b r EF 110 553 GALERIUS as Caesar 293 305 AD Follis Heraclea c 297 298 AD RIC 20b A EF 110 554 GALERIUS as


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