At the time of JESUS,Jerusalem was owned by the Romans so the currency was the one of the Romans but i think its name is the Dinar...
At the time of Jesus, there was the Roman currency as well as the other currency to be used in the temple.
The unit of currency at that time was called the shekel.
I believe it was a denarius.
Impossible to tell -- there was no comparable currency back then
I think the currency back when Jesus was alive was either shekel or lira
At the time they had two types of currency , the Jewish one , Jesus mentions the shekel in his parables. And then there was the Roman currency to be used to pay the Romans tax. we must bear in mind Jerusalem was visited by people who came from far and near for the passover. so any currencies were in.
There were currency also in those days, the money was quite different then today. They had the shekel then, as it is mentioned in the parable. But at the same time they had a roman currency as well. This was to be used to pay taxes to the Roman government.
Jesus used the Jewish money as well as the roman currency.
I don't know the name, but since Judea was under the rule of Caesar Augusta, it would be safe bet to say they used Roman currency. I've heard that Judea in that time was a hot bed of trade. So most likely they used currency from different nations as well.
In the time of Jesus the coins current in Israel were Roman (among others) such as the denarius, which equals one days wages - see Matthew 20:9 and Luke 20:24.
all i know is that they used lira or shekel and it is similar the english money but in english money we dont have 1cent in jesus time they had 1cent and they still do.
When JESUS was alive,Jerusalem was owned by the Romans and the currency was the one of the Romans which name was the Dinar,i think...
The currency in use was the coinage of the Roman Empire, there were also Jewish coins for special purposes such as paying the temple tax.
Yes, there was food in Jesus' time
The Romans were in power at the time of Jesus.
Currency stability is when money is worth a set amount over a period of time. There is not a fluctuation in the value of currency.
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During Jesus time boyslearnt at the temple.
Since Rome was the world power at that time, He would have used Roman currency. In one place the Pharisees asked Jesus if they were to pay tribute (taxes) or not. Jesus asks to see the money and they show Him a Roman coin with Caesar's picture on it. This story is found in Matthew 22:15-22.
In day time...! this is best time.
The national currency of Turkey is the Turkish lira. It was officially adopted as the national currency for a final time in 2003.