The sea holds many secrets but it sometimes reveals tantalising clues just to keep us all guessing. Such is the case of a seventeenth century wreck lying off the Dorset coast.
Marine archaeologists have described it as the most significant find since the Mary Rose, but unlike Henry the Eight's flagship, very little is known about its identity or how it met its end. This from Martin Dowse.
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