freedom of zion coin

“Freedom of Zion” Coin
This coin belongs to a series of famous coins that were minted during the Jewish Revolt against Rome. On one side of coin is a grape leaf and the words “Freedom of Zion” and on the other side is a goblet with the words “Year Two” (67/68 CE, the second year of the Great Revolt). This coin was discovered during the Temple Mount Sifting Operation at the Emek Tzurim National Parkon the Mount of Olives. Similar coins were also discovered at the Shiloach Pool Excavations at the City of David. 
 silver ARC00062

gold  ARC00062-1

 

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    NW
    03/12/2021
    Nicholas W.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    An Inextinguishable Freedom

    I was not aware of the Freedom of Zion Coin until this week. It is a cherished expression of freedom, one that is precious beyond words, and which resonates deeply within my heart. The symbolism at once reminds me of an unending oil lamp, the cup of David of Psalm 23:5 and one of the most important biblical passages in my life, regarding the light of the "lamp that burneth" in Isaiah 62:1. The shared values of freedom between Israel and the U.S. are likewise inextinguishable. 1948 and 1776 have a special affinity. Perhaps Isaiah was referring to a lamp of freedom realized. The State of Israel is that realization, and the Freedom of Zion Coin is a beautiful remembrance of Israel's thousands of years of inextinguishable devotion to freedom.

    NW
    03/10/2021
    Nicholas W.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    An Inextinguishable Freedom

    I was not aware of the Freedom of Zion coin until today. It is a cherished expression of freedom, one that is precious beyond words, and which resonates deeply within my heart. The symbolism at once reminds me of an unending oil lamp, the cup of David of Psalm 23:5 and one of the most important biblical passages in my life, regarding the light of the "lamp that burneth" in Isaiah 62:1. The shared values of freedom between Israel and the U.S. are likewise inextinguishable. Perhaps Isaiah was referring to a lamp of freedom realized.