2 edition of coins of Aelia Capitolina. found in the catalog.
coins of Aelia Capitolina.
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|Series||Corpus nummorum Palaestinensium,, v. 1|
|LC Classifications||CJ1375 .K25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||58039044|
63 BCE and ended with the last minting of coins of Aelia Capitolina colony in CE. An issue exists pertaining to when minting began in Jerusalem during Roman times and who minted coins during the 23 years transition period from 63 BCE until minting began by Mattathias Antigonus in 40 BCE.
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The coinage of Aelia Capitolina (Israel Museum catalogue) Hardcover – January 1, by Yaakov Meshorer (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Coins minted in Aelia Capitolina. City coins were issued from the time of Hadrian to that of Valerianus () but are especially plentiful from the times of Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Elagabalus, and Trajan Decius.
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additional Aelia Capitolina coins Alexander Severus Antoninus Pius appears bareheaded bear beginning branch bronze Bust Caesarea Caracalla clear coins of Aelia coins struck COL AEL COLAE COLAEL collection colony Commodus crude cult Decius denomination depicting Diadumenian Dionysos draped eagle Elagabal emperor exergue extended Faustina field.
This is a comprehensive collection of coins of Aelia Capitolina from Hadrian to ( AD) through Hostilian ( AD). Underscoring the importance of this collection, we note that 80 of these coins were used as research material and photographed for Ya'akov Meshorer's book The Coinage of Aelia Capitolina ().
JUDAEA, Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem). Caracalla. AD AR Tetradrachm (mm, g, 12h). Struck AD Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Eagle standing facing on vine branch with three bunches of grapes, head and tail left, with wings spread, holding wreath in.
The book includes thirteen chapters by leading scholars in the field. At the beginning of the book is a plan of Aelia Capitolina depicting the excavation sites where remains from the Roman period were discovered.
The book is divided into four topics: the urban sphere, the ritual sphere, the military sphere, and the extramural sphere. Coins issued by Hadrian confirm that Colonia Aelia Capitolina was founded about the year AD, before, not after, the second war of the Jews.
It was originally intended to be the emperor's gift to the Jewish people, drawing them into the world empire of Rome.A Roman colony entitled the residents to many tax benefits not awarded to citizens of a regular polis.
The gens Aelia, occasionally written Ailia, was a plebeian family in Rome, which flourished from the fifth century BC until at least the third century AD, a period of nearly eight hundred archaic spelling Ailia is found on coins, but must not be confused with Allia, which is a distinct first member of the family to obtain the consulship was Publius Aelius Paetus in BC.
Description: Judaea, Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem). Marcus Aurelius and Commodus. AE ( g). Æ 23 ( g), CE. [IMP CAES] ANTONINVS ET COMO[DVS], confronted busts of Marcus Aurelius, on left, and Lucius Verus, on right, both laureate, draped and cuirassed.
Description JUDAEA. Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem). Elagabalus (AD ). Æ 24mm ( gm). Radiate head right / Tyche-Astarte standing left, right foot on uncertain object, holding small bust and leaning on scepter, being crowned by small Nike. # Aelia Capitolina, Hadrian CE (H-Fig. ) # Caesarea, Septimus Severus CE But the coins of these cities eventually joined with the others in.
Meshorer noted that hoards of Bar-Kokba coins also contained early issues of Aelia Capitolina of the pontiff plowing pomerium type, confirming Dio's view of the early date of refoundation. The new city was to be populated by legionary veterans and non-Jews only, and it was to be laid out along the lines of the traditional Roman colonia.
AELIA CAPITOLINA. THE TEMPLE MOUNT was now a heap of rubble. Apart from the western wall of the Devir, only the huge walls supporting the Temple platform had survived the onslaught.
Once they had dealt with the Temple, Titus’s soldiers began to smash the elegant mansions in the Upper City and pulled down Herod’s beautiful palace. RARE book on the coins of Aelia Capitolina (Roman Jerusalem) by Ya`akov Meshorer (), Professor of Numismatics at the Hebrew University, Chief Curator for Archaeology at the Israel Museum and the leading authority on Jewish coinage.
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Description: Aelia Capitolina. Septimius Severus, with Julia Domna, Caracalla and Geta. Æ 33 ( g), AD (Jerusalem) in Judaea. IMP CA[ES LV] SEPT SEV E-T IVLIA [DOMNA, jugate busts right of Septimius Severus, laureate, draped, and cuirassed, and.
No choice was left to them but to interrupt the building of the Roman colony by force of arms before it was completed" (The Coins of Aelia Capitolina). At the age of 60, Hadrian returned to Rome from his travels, and began to strike coins to commemorate his visits to the empire’s provinces-- Egypt, Macedonia, Spain, etcand the Judaean.
Rosenberger 71 (?); Meshorer, Aelia (?) ( grams / 17 mm) Attribution note: Posted on CoinTalk Ma ; Caesarea Maritima was suggested, but because the inscriptions are shorter on mine, and based on other examples found online, I.
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Aelia Capitolina (Latin in full: COLONIA AELIA CAPITOLINA) was a Roman colony, built under the emperor Hadrian on the site of Jerusalem, which was in ruins following the siege of 70 AD, leading in part to the [[Palestinian revolt]] of Capitolina remained the official name of Jerusalem until AD, when the Arabs conquered the city and kept the first part of it as 'إلياء Seller Rating: % positive.
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Aelia Capitolina: Coins of Roman Jerusalem: There are only a few archaeological finds and fragmentary historical notations of Aelia Capitonlina.
However, rich numismatic material from the mint of Jerusalem ( CE) enables us to reconstruct the history and nature of Roman Jerusalem. Ancient Jewish Coins: Ancient Jewish Coins: Table of Contents According to the First Book of Maccabees, Antiochus VII Sidetes, King of Syria, granted the last of the Maccabee brothers, Simon ( BCE) “leave also to coin money for thy country with thine own stamp” (I Maccabees ).
Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt, - A.D. Simon Bar Kochba led a rebellion against Rome from A.D. This Second Jewish Revolt or "Bar Kochba" uprising ended with Hadrian's destruction of Jerusalem, the founding of "Aelia Capitolina" on the site, and. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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Aelia Capitolina is a musical group, webpage. Ancient coins of Judaea and Palestine. This book has become a primary reference for Holy Land coins. BK The Coins Of The Holy Land The Abraham and Marian Sofaer Collection at the American Numismatic Society and The Israel Museum, by The Coins of Aelia Capitolina.
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Æ30 ( g), AD (Jerusalem) in Judaea. ROMAN EMPIRE: Antoninus Pius, AD, AE 26, Aelia Capitolina, Meshorer, Aelia CapitolinaIMP C HAD ANT A P, bare headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right // CO AE CAP, temple with six columns and rounded pediment enclosing statue of turreted Fortuna/Tyche-Astarte standing with foot on uncertain object, left, holding human bust and long.
Both of these coins put together tell us that when the Romans conquered Judea, the name Judea remained in use even by the Romans themselves. But by the time Hadrian ruled, which was during the Bar Kochba Revolt (second Jewish revolt), the name the Romans minted on their coins were "Aelia Capitolina" and "Syria Palestina".
Cities throughout the Roman Empire flourished during the reign of Hadrian (A.D. ), a phenomenon that not only strengthened and legitimized Roman dominion over its possessions but also revealed Hadrian as a masterful negotiator of power relationships. In this comprehensive investigation into the vibrant urban life that existed under Hadrian's rule, Mary T.
Boatwright focuses on the 4/5(1). The Religious and Cultural World of Aelia Capitolina – A New Perspective coins of Aelia Capitolina from the reign of Antoninus Pius.
93 The soldiers of : Emmanuel Friedheim. When Hadrian visited Judaea inhe proposed to rebuild the city under the name of Aelia Capitolina (“Aelius” was his family name) with a temple to Jupiter on the holy site.
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Aelia Capitolina, the Roman City built by Emperor Hadrian on the ruins of Jerusalem following the Bar Cochba Revolt ( CE), had a Cardo.
Running from Damascus Gate in the north of the city, southwards, this Cardo was extended further southwards to Zion Gate by the Emperor Justinius in the 6th century Byzantine period. After the revolt of Bar-Cochba and the final subjugation of the Jews by Hadrian, Jerusalem was made a Roman colony and the name was changed to Aelia Capitolina.
A series of coins was struck, having this title, which continued until the reign of Valerianus, AD. which this expert had dedicated to the city-coins of Aelia Capitolina (), to those of Caesarea Maritima (), to those of the Jewish Wars () and to those of Ptolemais Acre (), continues by other ways, as was to be expected, given the scientific validity of the enterprise.
In.various coins of Trajan Decius and his family (Pl. ).5 At Aelia Capitolina, the bust of Serapis is depicted (Pl. ),6 as is the god enthroned with Cerberus at his DEITIES FROM EGYPT ON COINS OF SOUTHERN LEVANT 4 Citations for the bust of Serapis type (Caesarea): Emperor BMCPal.
CNP2 Rosenberger SNGANS6 Hadrian 58–63 28 29 Reviews of the book have been published in American Numismatic Society Magazine, The Celator, and on various ancient numismatic dealer websites. The book consists of pages ( text and 34 pages of plates).
In total, coins are imaged in the book, different coin types.