A Byzantine bronze plaque in the shape of a cross, featuring incised decorations to both sides. Carved on the obverse is the standing image of a robed figure, likely a Saint or Apostle, with his arms lifted up in the Orans position and with a halo around his head, sided by two geometric motifs. The reverse of the cross displays a central lozenge-shaped medallion with a hatched border. Inside the frame is a niobate human bust in prayer with his palms facing outwards in front of his chest. The arms of the cross are incised with the pattern of palm fronds, each ending in a thin hatched band.
Date: Circa 10th – 12th century AD