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Zerubbabel displays a plan of Jerusalem to Cyrus the Great by Jacob van Loo.
Zerubbabel displays a plan of Jerusalem to Cyrus the Great by Jacob van Loo.
Zerubbabel from Guillaume Rouillé's Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum (1553)
Zerubbabel from Guillaume Rouillé's Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum (1553)
Praise of Truth by Phillips Galle after Gerard Groenning 1638.
Praise of Truth by Phillips Galle after Gerard Groenning 1638.
Zerubbabel Before Darius by Nikolaus Knüpfer, Hermitage Museum.
Zerubbabel Before Darius by Nikolaus Knüpfer, Hermitage Museum.
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The Achaemenid Empire at its greatest extent, including the province of Yehud.
The Achaemenid Empire at its greatest extent, including the province of Yehud.
Silver coin (gerah) minted in the Persian province of Yehud, dated c. 375–332 BCE. Obv: Bearded head wearing crown, possibly representing the Persian
Silver coin (gerah) minted in the Persian province of Yehud, dated c. 375–332 BCE. Obv: Bearded head wearing crown, possibly representing the Persian Great King. Rev: Falcon facing, head right, with wings spread; Paleo-Hebrew YHD to right.
Coins bearing the inscription YHD, or Yehud. The coin at top shows the god YHWH, the coin at bottom right has an image of the owl of Athena (Athenian
Coins bearing the inscription YHD, or Yehud. The coin at top shows the god YHWH, the coin at bottom right has an image of the owl of Athena (Athenian coinage was the standard for Mediterranean trade).
Coin of Hezekiah, Satrap of Judaea, Achaemenid period. Circa 375–333 BCE.
Coin of Hezekiah, Satrap of Judaea, Achaemenid period. Circa 375–333 BCE.