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The significance of bronze coinage for both the Hasmonean and Herodian authorities was most likely to supply a stream of income that came from the minting of coinage while also serving in a limited capacity as a propaganda tool and expression of provincial identity. Due to its low value, the Judean people would most likely have used this bronze coinage in small daily interactions as well as coins to exchange for silver coins from Tyre for Temple taxes and offerings.
This discussion has attempted to shed light on the issues surrounding the typology and significance of bronze Judean coinage during the Hasmonean period through the start of the First Jewish Revolt circa 66 CE. In many respects, the issue of typology is intertwined with that of the significance of this coinage. The simplicity of the designs and the poor execution of minting reflect the relatively minor significance that this coinage played for both the authorities and everyday people. For the authorities, the bronze coinage that they minted served primarily as a source of income.
This was even more important for the Hasmoneans who were in control of an autonomous Jewish state for the first time in over five centuries and needed both streams of revenue and ways to supply the Judean population with the means to facilitate economic exchange locally and internationally. This coinage can be taken as an assertion of Jewish identity and custom viewed through the lens of the practical purposes this coinage needed to fulfill in order to support a land and people who, for the first time in over half a millennium, were left with the responsibility of overseeing and maintaining the necessities of governing.
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