REBEL COINAGE. Minted in 133/134 C.E. during the Bar-Kokhba Revolt, this silver coin depicts the Temple on one side with the name “Jerusalem” (Hebrew: ירושׁלם) written around it. A lulav (palm frond) and etrog (citrus fruit) appear on the other side with the words “Year One of the Redemption of Israel” (Hebrew: ישׂראל לגאלת אחת שׁנת) written around the outside. Even though the Romans had destroyed the Jerusalem Temple more than 60 years earlier, it featured prominently on coinage from the Bar-Kokhba Revolt.