Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135, year 3. Middle Bronze, under coin visible

Ancient Coins - Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135, year 3. Middle Bronze, under coin visible
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  Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135, year 3. Middle Bronze (10g) . Palm tree/Vine leaf/Clear view of undercoin,).

The Bar Kokhba revolt (132�136 CE),[2] Hebrew: מרד בר כוכבא‎ or mered bar kokhba, was the third major rebellion by the Jews of Judaea Province against the Roman Empire and the last of the Jewish-Roman Wars. Simon bar Kokhba, the commander of the revolt, was acclaimed as a Messiah, a heroic figure who could restore Israel. The revolt established an independent state of Israel over parts of Judea for over two years, but a Roman army made up of six full legions with auxiliaries and elements from up to six additional legions finally crushed it.[3] The Romans then barred Jews from Jerusalem, except to attend Tisha B'Av. Although Jewish Christians hailed Jesus as the Messiah and did not support Bar Kokhba, they were barred from Jerusalem along with the rest of the Jews. The war and its aftermath helped differentiate Christianity as a religion distinct from Judaism, see also List of events in early Christianity. The rebellion is also known as The Third Jewish-Roman War or The Third Jewish Revolt, though some historians relate it as Second Jewish Revolt, not counting the Kitos War, 115�117

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