Titus AE 23 of Judaea, Agrippa II. Year 26 = 86/7 AD. AVTOKP TITOC KAICAP CEB, laureate head right / ETOY KS BA AGRI-PPA, Nike advancing right, holding wreath & palm branch. AJC II 32a, RPC 2276.h-612
"Agrippas Street is one of the oldest, but busiest byways in Jerusalem. But until the late 19th century, it was just a tiny path alongside a patch of ground owned by an Arab who didn’t want Jews on his property and took pleasure in shooing them away. Then one dark night in 1875, Jews from the newly established neighborhoods adjacent to the property got together, worked until dawn, and turned it into a public thoroughfare. The new road became known as BILA – an acronym for the Hebrew phrase “overnight” or “been laiyla”. Later on the name was changed to Agrippas, perhaps because 2,000 years ago or so, King Agrippas II paved the city’s streets with marble."