Imagine placing one of the following coins on your desk. All your modern conveniences — phone, computer, TV — fade away as you gaze upon a coin that existed before all that was even a thought in a man or woman’s mind. This coin was used by people you’ll never meet. Perhaps they used it to buy grapes at the market, to pay taxes, or as a wedding gift for a beloved child.
Tyrian shekels were infamous as the medium of payment for temple taxes. Money changers in the Temple in Jerusalem exchanged shekels for worshipers’ baser common currency.
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