Serhat TUNAR -TDO- A nail believed to have been struck in the hands of Jesus Christ during his crucifixion was allegedly found in the monastery of Milevsko in Czechia. According to the iDNEZ portal, experts carried out a three-dimensional modeling of the Church of St. Elijah of the Milevsko monastery in Czechia.
In the church, a secret corridor was detected. It turned out that the corridor led to a small room with animal and human remains inside.
In an alcove on the wall of the room, the remains of a wooden box decorated with gold and silver were found. On a plate formerly thought to be on the box was carved the cross and the letters “IR”. Usually, these letters mark sacred things belonging to Christianity. A golden cross with a nail came out of the box.
Experts say those who hid the nail in the secret chamber thought it was directly implicated in the crucifixion of Jesus.