Capta Judaea [Roman coin].
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- Other Title:
- Capta Iudaea.
- Coin struck in 70 C.E to commemorate Vespasian's victory over Judaea, and his destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem
Reverse: Roman soldier standing over Zion, represented as a seated woman, "Capta Iudaea", who is weeping.
Obverse: Vespasian, Emperor of Rome +
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