The coin also reflects greater comfort with representing humans and animals in two-dimensional images—as at Dura-Europos (see photo at beginning of article). But while coins from the Persian period (538–332 B.C.E.) frequently bear figural images, such motifs do not appear on later coins dating to the turn of the era. Apparently the prohibition against images, regardless of whether two-dimensional or not, was more narrowly interpreted as a preventive measure from the time of the Maccabees (142–37 B.C.E.) until after the Bar-Kokhba revolt (132–135 C.E.).