• Sunken jewels, buried treasure uncovered in the Bahamas from iconic 17th century Spanish shipwreck

    4 days ago - By FOX News

    Talk about a find. 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 , 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. It had been carrying numerous treasures of both royal tax and private property. ALL-WOMEN ROWING TEAM BREAKS WORLD RECORD IN RACE ACROSS PACIFIC OCEAN The 891-ton ship went down after colliding with...
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