Herod Antipas Coin, minted in Tiberias in the year 33 ~ 28/29 AD and The Commemorative Magdala Coin both feature exquisite detail and are of superior quality, making them a great collectible to add to any portfolio.
This gorgeous replica of Herod Antipas' coin celebrates the ruler of Galilee and Perea. Minted in Tiberias from 33 - 28/29 AD, it's an exclusive and tasteful item that will enhance any collection.
The discovery of the coin proves that the Magdala Synagogue was active during the ministry of Jesus. This brings to mind the verses depicting Jesus visiting the Galilee synagogues and perhaps that is where The Lord met Mary Magdalene, who was of this same town. These ancient artifacts remind us of the power of faith and the incredible journey of our Savior. Enjoy a replica that's backed by historical evidence and a rich backstory.
Matthew 4:23 -
''And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner. of sickness and all manner of disease among the people.''
The set also includes a commemorative coin minted to honor the opening of the Magdala Tourist Center. Our center was opened to the public after the 1st Century Synagogue was discovered during preparations for building the Pilgrims Guesthouse. The guesthouse was dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene, a follower of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.