Ancient Roman Widow's Mite Mentioned in Luke 21:1-4

Ancient Roman Widow's Mite Mentioned in Luke 21:1-4

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Ancient Roman Widow's Mite Mentioned in Luke 21:1-4
Ancient Roman Widow's Mite Mentioned in Luke 21:1-4

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The Widow's Mite coins are bronze prutah of Alexander Jannacus of the Hasmonian Dynasty, King of Judea from 103 to 76 B.C. These were the lowest denomination coin circulated in Jerusalem during Christ's life time and believed to be the coins refered to in the biblical story of the poor widow.

This authentic prutah is mounted on a framable 5" x 7" descriptive backing and includes the original coin as well as an image of both sides of the coin. I have three similar displays available.

The House of Gutenberg

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Item Details:

  • Reference #
  • WidowsMite
  • Quantity
  • 3
  • Category
  • Antiquities
  • Department
  • Collectibles
  • Maker
  • King of Judea
  • Year
  • 102-76 bc
  • Country of Origin
  • Jerusalem
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 5 inches
  • Height: 7 inches
  • Depth: 0 inch
  • Weight: 0 pound
  • Condition
  • Used
  • Material
  • Bronze

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