Nero had left the temple intact. This was why the 'coins of the revolt' issued during the four /five year period of peace gave no indication of a temple destroyed, but celebrated the prophet's sanctuary. There was no emblem on the coins that celebrated the priest's altar for burnt offerings. It was the period of peace, with their comments on the coins that reflected Nero's granting of freedom to the Judean province (and subsequently to
the province of Greece); comments such as: "For the freedom of Zion". There was no indication on the coins of antagonism towards Rome.