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Wreck of 17th-century royal warship found off UK coast

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HMS Gloucester ran aground in 1682 while traveling from southern England to Scotland. It sank within an hour, killing an estimated 130 to 250 crew and passengers. James Stuart, the son of King Charles I, survived. He went on to reign as King James II of England, Ireland and Scotland.
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The Independent

Wreck of 17th-century royal warship found off UK coast

Explorers and historians are telling the world about the discovery of the wreck of a royal warship that sank in 1682 while carrying a future king of England, Ireland and Scotland

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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La Libre

Discovery of a famous 17th century shipwreck off the coast of England

The discovery was so sensitive that it was kept secret for 15 years: the wreck of the Gloucester, a British warship that sank in 1682 while carrying the future King James Stuart, was found off the coast of England, the University of East Anglia announced on Friday.

2 months ago
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Todo Noticias

They found the remains of a sunken 17th-century ship off the British coast

This is the HMS Gloucester, which was shipwrecked in 1682. Between 130 and 250 people died.

2 months ago·Argentina
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Stars and Stripes

Wreck of 17th-century royal warship found off UK coast

Explorers and historians are telling the world about the discovery of the wreck of a royal warship that sank in 1682 while carrying a future king of England, Ireland and Scotland.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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WTOL 11

Wreck of 17th-century royal warship found off UK coast

The discovery was only made public Friday because of the time it took to confirm the identity of the ship and the need to protect the historical site.

2 months ago
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13 WTHR

Wreck of 17th-century royal warship found off UK coast

The discovery was only made public Friday because of the time it took to confirm the identity of the ship and the need to protect the historical site.

2 months ago·Indianapolis, United States
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