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1,600-year-old gold coin of emperor who abolished Sanhedrin discovered by pupils (www.timesofisrael.com)

An extremely rare 1,600-year-old gold coin of the Byzantine emperor who made Jews second-class citizens in the Land of Israel has been discovered near a new trail built in commemoration of the Sanhedrin he abolished.

 

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