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    Herod I, the Great, 40-4 BC. Bronze two prutah coin. Obverse: Cross surrounded by open diadem, "of King Herod" in Greek. Reverse: Tripod table, similar to tables used in the Jerusalem Temple, and found in excavations of the Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem, flanked by palm branches. Hendin-490a, AJC II, 237, 8. Very Fine.

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    May, 2003
    29th-30th Thursday-Friday
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