|Ship's bell dated 1498 (PRNewsFoto/Oman's Ministry of Heritage)|
|Divers excavating the wreck site (PRNewsFoto/Oman's Ministry of Heritage)|
- an important copper-alloy disc marked with the Portuguese royal coat of arms and an esfera armilar (armillary sphere) - a personal emblem of Dom Manuel I.
- a bronze bell with an inscription that suggests the date of the ship was 1498.
- gold cruzado coins minted in between 1495 and 1501.
- an extraordinarily rare silver coin, called the Indio, commissioned by Dom Manuel in 1499 specifically for trade with . The extreme rarity of the Indio (there is only one other known example in the world) is such that it has legendary status as the 'lost' or 'ghost' coin of Dom Manuel.
His Excellency Hassan Al Lawati the Adviser to the Minister For Heritage Affairs comments: "This project is regarded as the first that is conducted in and the region in underwater archaeology. Therefore, the Ministry has taken a proactive approach to ensure that the project will be efficiently conducted. This was done by involving the expertise in underwater archaeology and by working under international regulations such as the UNESCO convention of 2001. We appreciate the joint efforts of the local and international entities and institutes that made this project a huge success."
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