“Latin inscriptions and Christograms”

Researchers from the British Museum have been exploring the numerous caves on the uninhabited island of Mona, some 40 miles west of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. Finding both evidence of both Native American and European sacred displays together are being interpreted as “religious dialogue” rather than religious conflict.


Evidence of New World religious dialogue found in Caribbean cave

By Mark Brown, Arts Correspondent

The Guardian

July 19, 2016

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