Medieval Medallion Found in Shark’s Belly

Mar 09, 2012 by

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A baby shark being prepared for lunch gave a family here a big surprise – an ancient artifact believed to be dated long before the Portuguese conquest of Malacca.

Housewife Suseela Menon, from Klebang, made the priceless discovery while filleting the fish for lunch.

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.

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