A coin from Kanishka era identifies this as a Buddha. If Buddha was related to Hebrews, then he could
have had a beard and a rod of kingship. Also note what appears to be a menorah. It does not show seven candles, but is noteworthy and significant for its connection with other religous rites of the era.
You will find the image here, which was sent to me by the 'ancient India' forum:
Especially note the circle on the palm of the raised hand. Crucifixion wound?
BODDO and Tamgha either side of Buddha standing to front and wearing samghati, a long pleated garment similar to that worn by Hebrew Temple priests; the head is to front with eyes wide open and large moustache, ashnisha on crown of head, urna between eyebrows and surrounded by a double circular nimbus; behind the body, oval shaped aureole; left hand holds a pleat of the samghati, the right is raised in the gesture of renunciation, Abhaya Wudra
The staff in the hands of Buddha and that he had moustache (no other Buddha has moustache) indicate the image may be pertaining to someone else. The coin may be indicating Isa , signified by his staff. Similar coins were recovered from Taxila and alsways assumed to be Buddha.