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Treasure trove of artefacts recovered from the site of the first ever ancient naval battle to be discovered
The find - including helmets, weapons and ancient bronze battle rams - has been rescued from the seabed off the Sicilian coast where they had lain undistirubed for more than 2,000 years.
11/6/2013 by Anna Edwards, published on MailOnline.com

Frozen in time: Divers recover stunning collection of British treasure from the wreck of a 500-year-old galleon sunk in Caribbean
More than 1,200 items of the finest quality English pewter were recovered from the wreck of a galleon which is thought to have sunk around 1540.
11/4/2013 by Sam Webb, Published on MailOnline.com



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The Mary Rose
The Mary Rose is based in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Built between 1509 and 1511, she was one of the first ships able to fire a broadside, and was a firm favorite of King Henry VIII.

The Loyal Guild of St. Erasmus
"The Loyal Guild of Saint Erasmus shall primarily focus its efforts to the promotion of research and re-creation of the both Nautical and Maritime arts, sciences, history and warfare, within the period of the Society for Creative Anachronism." - Mission Statement of the Known World Guild of St. Erasmus

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