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Judæa capta

by Charlotte Elizabeth

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Published by Baker & Scribner in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS122 .T67
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 p.
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26618892M
    LC Control Number07023509

    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 dispersal of the Jews throughout the Roman Empire.   Abstract. This study proposes that the empire-wide Iudaea capta discourse should be viewed as a motivating pressure on the author of 4 Ezra. The discourse focused on Iudaea capta, Judaea captured, was pervasive across the Roman empire following the First initiated by the Flavians, it became misrecognized across the Mediterranean Cited by: 1.

    Samaria. Gaba under Sabina (wife of Hadrian, AD /7). AE 18mm, g. Struck in civic era year (AD /4).   With the two Vespasian Judea Capta denarii played in CIT Round 1 by @Dafydd and @zumbly, I guess I was kind of "tuned in" to these types and that it was used by a few of the emperor's.I ended up coming across this well-used AE Judea Capta type from Domitian at decent price, so snatched it up.

    By: Biblical Archaeology Society Staff Ancient Rome was the superpower of its day. Yet, when the Romans conquered the tiny province of Judea and quashed the First Jewish Revolt in 70 C.E., it was actually a pretty big deal. Emperor Vespasian (r. CE) issued a large series of coins commemorating the defeat of the First Jewish Revolt ( CE), and Nerva (r. CE) made coins to mark the end of abuses in the collection of the tax which Jewish were obliged to pay to coin on the left is a sestertius of Vespasian, with the legend "Judaea capta". The right coin is a sestertius of Nerva.


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Excerpt from Judaea Capta Again will I build thee, and thou shalt be built, 0 virgin of Israel. Saith the Lord.

Evermore bearing in mind this promise, regarding it as a bea con of hope, yea, of positive certainty, brightening the dark path that we are about to traverse, we may the better bear to fix a stedfast gaze on the desolations of many generations, - to recall, in Author: Charlotte Elizabeth.

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It depicts a mourning woman, representing the country of Judaea, standing by a palm tree, (associated with Judaea), next to which is a heap of weapons topped by a helmet, indicating that arms have been laid down. Running round the top part of the image is the legend ‘IUDAEA CAPTA’, which identifies the mourning woman as Judaea.

The Judea Capta coin testifies to the great importance the Romans attached to quelling the revolt in Judea and capturing Jerusalem. This image was designed and circulated to send a message of Judea’s defeated revolt to all the provinces of the Roman Empire and served as constant reminder of the fate of rebellious provinces.

The Judaea Capta Commemorative When the hedonistic emperor Nero was made an enemy of the state and ultimately forced to commit suicide, the revolt of the Jews was already in its second year. Uprisings were not uncommon during the reign of the notorious ruler.

The Judea Capta coin testifies to the great importance the Romans attached to quelling the revolt in Judea and capturing Jerusalem. This image was designed and circulated to send a message of Judea's defeated revolt to all the provinces of the Roman Empire and served as constant reminder of the fate of rebellious provinces.

Material- Bronze. Denomination- Sestertius. Size- 7/10 inch in diameter. The First Jewish Revolt was largely crushed by the Roman army under the leadership of Vespasian, who served first as the Roman commander in Judea and then as emperor from 69 to 79 C.E.

Beginning in his first year as emperor, Vespasian minted a series of victory coins; among these is the first coin to bear the word Judaea.

“Echoes of Judaea Capta: The Nature of Domitian’s Coinage of Judea and Vicinity”, Israel Numismatic Review 2 () Gambash, Gil; Haim Gitler and Hannah Cotton. “IUDAEA RECEPTA”, Israel Author: Mike Markowitz.

Small bronze Judaea Capta coins also were struck. (#88, 89) #88 - Vespasian quadrans 72/73 CE (H) #89 - Titus semis 80/81 CE (Ha) Only bronze Judaea Capta coins were struck in Caesarea, in the defeated Roman province of Judaea. These are much cruder than the Roman issues, and the inscriptions are in Greek rather than Latin.

Judaea Capta: The First Roman-Jewish War Posted on Aug Aug by Henry Abramson Lecture delivered on Tisha B’Av (Aug ) at the Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst.

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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Judea Capta Coins Roman Coins depicting the triumph over Jerusalem. These are sketches of two Roman medals that commemorate the capture of Jerusalem.

The coin on the left depicts Nike, goddess of victory writing on a shield attached to a palm tree trophy with her foot on her helmet VICTORIA AVGVSTI. JUDAEA. Bar Kokhba Revolt (AD AD). AE small bronze (20mm, gm, 5h). Dated Year 1 (AD /3). Paleo-Hebrew year one of the redemption of Israel, bunch of grapes with branch and small leaf / Eleazar the priest retrograde across fields; seven-branched palm tree with two bunches of dates.

Judaea Capta (70 - 96 CE) Nerva's Jewish Tax Coin (96 CE) The Other Jewish Revolt ( - CE) Hadrian's Trip To Judaea ( CE) Second Revolt ( - CE) The Coins Live On (after CE) City Coins Of Palestine (c.

66 - CE) Arabs In The Holy Land (c. - CE) Crusaders ( - CE) Rebirth ( CE) Bibliography. The Judaea Capta coin from the Bethsaida excavations is a part of this unique series minted by the Jewish ruler. Bethsaida was a small village on the northern shore of Galilee.

It was at Bethsaida that Jesus, according to the New Testament, healed the blind man (Mark –25) and fed the multitude (Luke –17). JUDAEA CAPTA. By Charlotte Elizabeth. New York: Published by John S. Taylor & Co., Nassau Street, 12mo, original decorated black cloth stamped in gold and blind.

First (or early) U.S. edition. Neither COPAC nor OCLC lists a UK edition of this book published beforenor do they list a U.S.

edition published prior to Coins from Ancient Judaea, the Eastern Roman province. If you are looking for Judaean coins, find in Vcoins the best selection from our dealers. Roman Judaea Capta coins commemorate and celebrate the success of Vespasian and Titus against the First Jewish Revolt.

Vespasian, 1 July 69 - 24 June 79 A.D., Judaea Capta This type celebrates the success of Vespasian and Titus in quelling the First Jewish Revolt. The late great Israeli numismatist Yaakov Meshorer wrote in The Judaea Capta [coins] were minted in a quantity that is surprising for Roman coins in general, and for those celebrating victories over other peoples in particular, as if the victory over Judaea was the .Genre/Form: History Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Charlotte Elizabeth, Judæa capta.

New York, M.W. Dodd, Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Elizabeth, ioned: ble.