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.
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
LYDIA. Sardeis. Caracalla (198-217). Ae. An. Rufus, archon. Homonoia with Ephesos. Obv: AVT K M AVP CЄ ANTΩNЄINOC. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: CΑΡΔΙC ЄΦЄCOC / ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ / ЄΠΙ ΑΝ ΡΟVΦΟV ΑΡΧ Α ΤΟ Γ. Tyches of Sardis and Ephesus standing facing one another, each holding sceptre and statues of Kore of Sardis and Artemis Ephesia, respectively.