Elizabethan wreck rises again
- Tuesday 29 May 2012, 16:37
THE impressive wreck of a ship sunk in the 1570s is being raised for the second time.The Elizabethan merchant ship was discovered in the River Thames in 2003. The following year, its 400-year-old remains were taken to a lake in Portsmouth. Now, for the sake of history and preservation, the...
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