Roman governors of Judea: Valerius Gratus (Procurator under Tiberius), 15-26 AD. Æ bronze Prutah (2.4g, 12mm). Obv. Unclear as with residue (would be "Tib Kai Cap" legend (Tiberius Caesar) in wreath); rev: Palm branch with right bent tip, legend "JULIA" & date "LE" (year 5); H-646/1339, AJC-18, TJC-328. Good fine
Herodian dynasty > Agrippa I (37-44 AD): AE Pruta year 6 (J'lem mint); fringed canopy & leg. BACIΛEWC AΓPIΠA / Lς "Year 6" flanking 3 ears of barley; 17 x 14.5mm, 2.1g; H-1244.
Herodian dynasty > Agrippa I (37-44 AD): AE Pruta year 6 (J'lem mint); fringed canopy & leg. BACIΛEWC AΓPIΠA / Lς "Year 6" flanking 3 ears of barley; 17mm, 2.6g. Similar to H-1244, but this Hendin unlisted variety: canopy base 'thicker' without tipped ends & legend "BA..." begins at canopy base, not above (as H-1244).
Domitian (Agrippa II under Flavian rule) > Samaria > Caesarea Maritima, 83-84 CE (year 24); 16.75 x 19.5mm, 4.2 g: laureate head right & leg. ΔOMET KAIC ΓEΡMA / Nike standing right, left foot on helmet, inscribing shield attached to palm tree & leg. ETΠ KΔ BA AΓΡIΠΠ; RPC 2264; Meshorer 24, H-1317.
Seleucid Kingdom (Kings of Syria) > Seleukos IV bronze serrate denomination, 187-175 BCE; head of Laodice IV (wife of Seleukos IV, then of Antiochos IV), right / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟY leg. & head of elephant left; 15mm, 4.9g.; ref: SCII 1477.2c, SNC 1027, KEM 1106, Hoover 619.
Seleucid Kingdom > Antiochus IV (175-164 BCE) serrated: diademed, radiate head of Antiochus (no monogram visible) & border of dashes / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟY leg. (abbreviated), veiled & draped goddess standing, facing front holding long scepter + border of dots; 15 x 13.5mm, 2.65g. Hendin-1107.
Seleucid Kingdom > Antiochus IV (175-164 BCE) serrated; diademed, radiate head of Antiochus (no monogram visible) + border of dashes / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟY leg. (abbreviated), veiled & draped goddess standing, facing front holding long scepter + border of dots; 14mm, 2.65g. Hendin-1107.
Syria > Seleucid Kings > Demetrios/Demetrius II Nicator (second reign), 130-125 BC: AR Didrachm (half-Shekel value) dated year 184 (129/128 BC); Tyre mint; c. 8g, 20.5mm. Diademed head right & leg. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΔHMHTΡIOY ("of King Demetrius") / Eagle standing left on ship's prow, wings closed, palm over shoulder; [dotted] A over PE above TYP monogram on club in left field; [dotted] AZY monogram over ΔΠΡ in right field & F-P monogram between legs. Hole punched at 11 o'clock position. Period Tyrian half-Shekels contained 95% silver & were used to pay the J'lem Temple tribute tax commanded of every Jewish male over age of 20 to pay.
Syria > Laodicea ad Mare > Caracalla: billon Tetradrachm of Antioch, 244-249 CE; 26 x 24mm, 11.25g. AYT K MA•••ANTѠNEINOC CEB, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ΔHMAPX EΞ YΠATOC TO B, eagle standing facing, head turned left; Δ-E on either side of eagle's head, star between legs. Prieur 249.
Aurelian (270-284/5) - Alexandria, Potin Tetradrachm: Dated Year 5 = 273-274 AD; A K Λ ΔOM AVΡHΛIANOC CEB, Laureate, cuirassed bust right / LE to right of eagle standing right, wings open, wreath in beak, star at upper left; 20mm, 10.15g. Milne 4424; Emmett 3929.