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July 07, 1999 
Rare one-thousand-year-old "Jesus coins" are displayed with a ceramic jug in a display at the Hebrew... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Rare one-thousand-year-old "Jesus coins" are displayed with a ceramic jug in a display at the Hebrew..... 
Rare one-thousand-year-old "Jesus coins" are displayed with a ceramic jug in a display at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem July 7. The coins, which were discovered during an archaeological dig near the Sea of Galilee, bear the likeness of Jesus and have Greek inscriptions praising him. The coins were unearthed in October in archaeological excavations at the site of ancient Tiberias in northern Israel but only during a cleaning of the find last month did archaeologists discover the image of Jesus on 58 of the 82 coins. Some coins also bore Greek inscriptions such as "Jesus the Messiah, the King of Kings," and "Jesus, the Messiah, the Victor." 
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