Roman Provincial (Scope note)

The term is a numismatic term used for the local civic mints of the Roman Empire producing coinage intended for local circulation during the 1stC BC to the 3rdC AD. This distinguishes them from the coins of the official Imperial mint at Rome or its subsidiaries. For objects produced in ancient Judaea under the Hasmonean (c. 170-37BC) and Herodian (37BC-95AD) dynasties and during the two Jewish revolts (The Jewish War 66-68AD and The Bar Kochba Revolt 132-135AD), see the term 'Judaean'.