which was known as Bar Kokhba Revolt. The treasure was hidden in a hole inside the garden of an excavated house
from that period near the settlement of Qiryat Gat.
The treasure contained flower-shaped earring, a ring with a precious stone, two sticks of silver and 140 gold and silver coins.
The coins honored the emperors Nero, Trajan and Nerva. The coins also honored on their other side mythological gods and the
brotherhood of warriors.
The Jewish archeologist Sa'ar Ganor declared about the treasure: "This is probably an emergency cache that was concealed at the time of impending danger."
He added: "The composition of the numismatic artifacts and their quality are consistent with treasure troves that were previously attributed to the time of the
Bar Kokhba Revolt." During the revolt, some coins were stamped featuring the emperor Trajan along with symbols of the revolt.
The treasure is now analyzed by the Jewish researches. The expedition was founded by Y.S. Gat Ltd which is also known as the Economic Development Corporation
for the Management of the Qiryat Gat Industrial Park. The Israel Antiquities Authority authorized this expedition.
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