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Rare Roman gold coin found in Jerusalem at Mt. Zion archaeological dig

The discovery of a rare Gold Coin bearing the image of the Roman Emperor Nero at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's archaeological excavations on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, has just been announced by the archaeologists in charge of the project, Drs. Shimon Gibson, James Tabor, and Rafael Lewis. A Roman Gold Coin depicting the Emperor Nero, dated to 56 CE was discovered in summer, 2016 at UNC Charlotte's  archaeological...

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