4 edition of treasury of Jewish coins found in the catalog.
treasury of Jewish coins
YaГ бёіov Meshorer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||CJ1375 .M4313 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 356 p., 80 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||356|
|ISBN 10||0965402916, 9652171891|
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A fantastic reference book organized into nine chapters: During Persian and Ptolemaic Rule, Hasmonean Coins, Coins of the Herodian Dynasty, Coins of the Jewish wars against the Romans, Coins of the Bar Kokhba War, Catalog of the Coins, Bibliographical Abbreviations, Collections, Index, and finally, Plates.5/5(3).
I enjoy much of the discussion on your website, and wanted to give back in a small way by offering an insight. The reason for there being 13 Treasury depositories for depositing coins (as well as for depositing the Biblical 1/2 Shekel by each man as a census each year,) as well as for there being 13 gates by which to enter the Temple compound itself, was.
t;b>The Jewish Book of Knowledge and The Pictorial History of the Jewish People. "A must for everyone, Christians and Jews alike." --New York classic collection of more than traditions, legends, parables, and songs, with a glossary of Yiddish and Hebrew words, has remained a favorite gift-giving item and a family treasure for by: Originally published in Hebrew, A Treasury of Jewish Coins was awarded Israel's literary achievement Ben Zvi Prize in This new volume replaces Meshorer's classic Ancient Jewish Coinage (Vols.
I & II) in a single book, fully expanded and updated as a new work and comprising all of the latest theories and information in this field.
TREASURY OF JEWISH COINS, By PROFESSOR YAAKOV MESHORER. 8 1/2" x 11", hardcover with color dustjacket, pages, + illustrations and photos. A Treasury of Jewish Coins was awarded Israel's literary achievement Ben Zvi Prize in This volume replaces Meshorer's classic Ancient Jewish Coinage, Volumes I & II, in a single book.
A Treasury of Jewish Coins (hereafter TJC) is essentially an updated version of M.’s monumental Ancient Jewish Coins (hereafter AJC), published in Over the course of almost two decades since the appearance of AJC, there have been many notable advances in the understanding and interpretation of Jewish coinage, in many cases thanks to the.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A treasury of Jewish coins by Yaàḳov Meshorer,Yad ben-Zvi Press, Amphora edition, in English. A Treasury of Jewish Coins by Ya'akov Meshorer, Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi Press, pages including 80 plates, quarto, black cloth, gilt, dust jacket.
New. Covers from the Persian period to Bar Kokhba. A Treasury of Jewish Coins was awarded Israel's literary achievement Ben Zvi Prize in "I & II) in a single book, fully expanded and updated as a new work and comprising all of the latest theories and information in this field.
80 pages of photographic plates showing top examples of each ancient Jewish coin type; hundreds of drawings and photos in the margins throughout the book, which enhance the pleasure of reading and studying. Steven Terner Mnuchin was sworn in as the 77th Secretary of the Treasury on Febru As Secretary, Mr.
Mnuchin is responsible for the U.S. Treasury, whose mission is to maintain a strong economy, foster economic growth, and create job opportunities by promoting the conditions that enable prosperity at home and abroad.
Numismatic Literature: Biblical Coinage: A Treasury of Jewish Coins. A Treasury of Jewish Coins. Meshorer, Y. - Jerusalem - SALE. Regular Price: $ Sale Price While Supplies Last: $ This book replaces Meshorer's Ancient Jewish Coinage 1, 2, and Supplement with a single volume.
It is a complete revision of the earlier standard work on ancient Jewish coins. Among the honors Meshorer received were the Huntington Medal of the American Numismatic Society inand in he was awarded the Irene Levi-sala Book Prize in Archaeology of Israel for his book ‘A Treasury of Jewish Coins From the Persian Period to Bar-Kochba’.
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field. Hendin no. ; Meshorer, Treasury Group C. Nearly very fine Overbeck – Meshorer no. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: During Persian and Ptolemaic rule --Hasmonean coins --Coins of the Herodian ; Herod Archalaus ; Herod Antipas ; Philip ; Agrippa I ; Agrippa II --Coins of the Jewish wars against the Romans --Coins of the Bar.
The Court of the Women in the Temple. The Temple Treasury Charitable Donations at the Women's Court. The inner area of the Temple contained three courts.
The easternmost court was the Court of the Women, and it contained the Temple treasury where people donated their. A treasury note for I £ million was issued to the bank on its opening day, Dec.
1,to cover the liability arising from coins in circulation on that date. This note was redeemed in The Bank of Israel continued, between andto issue mainly the same coins issued previously by the Treasury.
The Treasury Note (also known as a Coin Note) was a type of representative money issued by the United States government from until under authority of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act in denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $ and $ It was issued in two series: an series with $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $ and $ denominations, and an series.
From the silver therein - presumably consisting of Tyrian coins paid in taxes over the years - they struck the most famous of all Jewish coins - in shekel and half shekel denominations.
These handsome coins are the first truly Jewish silver coins. Collectors Treasury: Johannesburg, South Africa. AbeBooks' uniqueness is our network of independent booksellers who work with us to provide the most diverse selection of rare, used and out-of-print books on the Internet. The quotations contained in this monumental volume consist of aphorisms, maxims, proverbs, and comments of Jewish authorship or on Jewish themes.
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