Mission Artifacts of Spanish Florida
Through Jan. 5, 2014, view the Dorion Seal, a bronze seal stamp discovered by archaeologists in 1986 while excavating a 17th century Spanish Franciscan mission on Amelia Island, Florida, engraved with the likeness of Santa Catalina/St. Catherine of Alexandria, on display to the public for the first time at HistoryMiami. The exhibit also features other rare Spanish artifacts, including a 16th century bronze Spanish host press, will be on display.
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