el joven cambió su vida después de encontrar un raro tesoro de monedas de oro de 1.100 años de antigüedad en el centro de Israel.

Los arqueólogos en el centro de Israel recientemente hicieron un descubrimiento emocionante cuando descubrieron un raro tesoro de 424 monedas de oro macizo, que datan de 1100 años, hasta el período abasí. las monedas fueron descubiertas por adolescentes que participaban en una excavación arqueológica en Yavne y fueron enterradas en una vasija de barro. la persona que enterró el tesoro probablemente tenía la intención de recuperarlo, incluso asegurando el recipiente con un clavo. Sigue siendo un misterio qué les impidió hacerlo. Liat Nadav-Ziv y el Dr. Elie Haddad de la Autoridad de Antigüedades de Israel, quienes también fueron los directores de la excavación, explicaron que encontrar monedas de oro de esta cantidad es extremadamente raro. por lo general, el oro siempre ha sido de gran valor y se funde y reutiliza con el tiempo. las monedas estaban hechas de oro puro de 24 quilates y se encontraron en excelentes condiciones, como si hubieran sido enterradas el día anterior.

 

The discovery of the gold coins is a valuable contribution to research and may indicate that there was international trade taking place between the residents of the region and other remote areas. The coins date back to the end of the 9th century when the region was under the control of the Islamic Abbasid Caliphate, a dynasty that ruled a vast territory from modern-day Algeria to Afghanistan. The coins weighed 845 grams and were a significant amount of money during that time. According to Dr. Robert Cole, a coin expert at the Antiquities Authority, a sum like this could have been enough to purchase a fancy house in one of the best neighborhoods in Fustat, the rich capital of Egypt at the time.

 

One of the coins found in the dig is particularly rare and has never been found in Israel before. It is a fragment of a gold solidus of the Emperor Theophilus (829-842 CE) minted in Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. The presence of this coin in a cache of Islamic coins is evidence of the continuous connections between the two rival empires, even during times of war and peace.

 

In conclusion, the finding of this rare treasure will likely be a major contribution to research as finds from the Abbasid period in Israel are relatively few. According to Dr. Kool, the study of the hoard will hopefully tell us more about this period of history, which is still not well understood.

 

 

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