replace the Roman palm of victory above with Jesus hanging on a Roman cross, and you have easily explained the women seeing "from far" the Gospel Jesus crucified by the Romans.
"from far" is obviously a chronological allusion: the women were observing the destruction of Israel in 70 CE.
Note also as the Roman Coin above and the Book of Revelation share a curious feature: Israel is the Woman persecuted by Romans.
Stantibus rebus, now it is clear definitely to me that the Earliest Gospel was a reaction
- 1) against the destruction of the Temple
- 2) against identification of Israel with the Celestial Woman of Revelation: Jesus himself is the personification of Israel, not, or not more, the Woman.
But only a past Mythicist realized also the point 2.