In 351–2, another Jewish revolt in the Galilee erupted against a corrupt Roman governor. In 362, the last pagan Roman Emperor, Julian the Apostate, announced plans to rebuild the Jewish Temple. He died while fighting the Persians in 363 and the project was discontinued.Portrait of Emperor Julian on a bronze coin from Antioch minted in 360-363
The Roman Empire Trajan, 98 – 117 Aureus circa 112-113, AV 7.25 g. IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI P P Laureate and draped bust r. Rev. Façade of Trajan’s Forum, formed by six columns; a central entrance, four niches containing statues; on top of the roof a facing quadriga between three statues on each side. In exergue, FORVM TRAIAN. C 167 var. (chariot of six horses).
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius (138-161). Tetradrachm. Dated RY 2. Obv: AVT K T AIΛ AΔP ANTWNINOC EVCEB. Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: ETOYC B. Canopus of Osiris standing right.
CLASSICAL COINS PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM OF EGYPT ARSINOE II, wife of Ptolemy II, †270 BC. Mnaeion (Octadrachm in gold), posthumous, about 253-246 BC. AV 27.71 g. Veiled bust of Arsinoe r. with stephane, sceptre against l.
Hadrian Æ Medallion of Koinon of Bithynia. Uncertain Koinon mint, possibly Nicomedia. Struck circa AD 117-138. AVT KAIC TPAI AΔPIANOC CЄB, laureate head right / Octastyle temple, with she-wolf and twins in pediment; KOI-NON across fields; BЄIΘYNIAC in exergue.