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A treasure trove of jewels, medallions and historic artifacts has been uncovered in the Bahamas that date back to the legendary 17th century Maravillas shipwreck — and the public is about to get a look at it.
Nuestra Señora de las Maravillas (Our Lady of Wonders), a two-deck Spanish galleon, sank on Jan. 4, 1656, off the Little Bahama Bank in the northern Bahamas on a trip to Seville from Cuba.
The article goes on to state the following:
It had been carrying numerous treasures of both royal tax and private property.
The 891-ton ship collided with its fleet flagship, struck a reef 30 minutes later, then sank. The vessel’s remains were scattered over several miles.
The search for the ship has spanned over 360 years.
Allen Exploration founder Carl Allen said the team has “recovered thousands of artifacts.”
“Cannons, anchors, emeralds and amethysts … We’re up to about 3,000 silver coins and 25 gold coins,” he said.
Sunken jewels, buried treasure uncovered in the Bahamas from iconic 17th century Spanish shipwreck https://t.co/UB87ShtYhy
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 6, 2022
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