11th-century medallion found in stomach of baby shark
Published on February 28th, 2012 | by Admin0
It is believed to be a medallion worn by the Portuguese soldiers, presumably as a divine protection, during their conquests in this part of the world in the 16th century.
One side of the medallion is a profile of a woman’s head with a crown and encircled by a halo and an inscription that is unclear.
The other side is a crucifix with an engraved inscription that read ANTONII.
Story: R.S.N. Murali, The Star | Photo: The Star