BMCRE 35, RSC 226
Rome Mint, 69-70 A.D.
Obv - Head of Vespasian, laureate, r.
Rev - Jewess (as type of Judaea), draped and veiled, seated r. on ground in attitude of mourning, knees drawn up, head resting on l. hand, which is propped on knees, r. arm on lap; behind, trophy, consisting of helmet, cuirass, oblong and round shield, greaves, and two round shields. IVDAEA in ex.
A reverse which commemorates the Roman victory over the Jews in the Jewish war of 66-70 A.D. Here is what the BMCRE stated about the reverse: "The veil over her head, the head sunk over her hand, her whole posture express utter dejection." One of the most important historical types of the Flavian dynasty.
A coin that has a wondeful 'soldier-like' portrait and very detailed reverse. Very well centered for the type, most of which were struck on small flans.