Ancient Coins Through the Bible Paperback

by Joseph A Dow;

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Ancient Coins Through the Bible

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Coins have not changed much throughout antiquity. Yes, they are made from different, more durable materials now, but they are still etched with depictions of their civilization, whether that means the profile of George Washington or the profile of Emperor Nero or the profile of a lion, the symbol of ancient Babylon. Following the course of time from Abraham to the Crusaders, Ancient Coins through the Bible chronicles the history of various locations mentioned throughout the Bible and presents photographs of ancient coins minted in these cities. Though we cannot see those ancient civilizations or the way they lived, these tangible bits of the past speak abundantly about them. As you view these fragments of history, imagine you are traveling with Abraham to Canaan and Paul to Spain. Experience the biblical stories visually through the coins depicted instead of simply reading them, and better understand the lessons taught by God's Word.

Ancient Coins Through the Bible by Joseph A Dow was published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises in October 2011. The ISBN for Ancient Coins Through the Bible is 9781617771354.

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Details for Ancient Coins Through the Bible

Page last updated 17th December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherTate Publishing & Enterprises (October 2011)
Number of Pages349
Thickness25 mm
Height257 mm
Width206 mm
Product Code4301458
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