Coins in the Bible

A number of coins are mentioned in the Bible, and they have proved very popular among coin collectors.

Specific coins mentioned in the Bible include the widow’s mite, the tribute penny and the thirty pieces of silver, though it is not always possible to identify the exact coin that was used.

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Keywords: Coins in the Bible, Coins, Money, Widow's mite, Lepton, Tribute penny, Denarius, Roman denarius, Roman coin, Roman coinage, Penny, Tribute money, Render unto Caesar, Things that are Caesars, denarii, coin in the fish's mouth, Shekel, Thirty pieces of silver, tetradrachm

Bible reference(s): Matthew 10:29, Matthew 17:27, Matthew 22:19, Matthew 26:15, Matthew 27:3, Matthew 27:9, Mark 12:15, Luke 12:59, Luke 20:24

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