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Cornucopias Prutah of John Hyrcanus (CP105)
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This small Judean coin, called Cornucopias, was most likely minted under John Hyrcanus I from 133-103 BC. Very similar cornucopias coins were also minted under John Hyrcanus I's grandson, John Hyrcanus II from 63-40 BC. Both John Hyrcanus I and II minted basically very similar coins. These coins were minted during the Judean inter-Testamental period towards the end of the Maccabeus Revolt era.
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