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Norwich Castle to host exhibition on newly discovered 17th Century shipwreck

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is planning a major exhibition on a recently discovered 17th Century shipwreck which sank in the English Channel while carrying the future King James II and VII.






Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is planning a major exhibition on a recently discovered 17th Century shipwreck which sank in the English Channel while carrying the future King James II and VII.

The Gloucester was discovered in 2007 following a four-year search for the sunken ship off the coast of Norfolk in the UK.

Hailed as “the most important maritime discovery since the Mary Rose”, an exhibition is planned for Spring 2023, with finds from the wreck – including the bell that confirmed the ship’s identity - set to go on display.

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Norwich Castle to host exhibition on newly discovered 17th Century shipwreck

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is planning a major exhibition on a recently discovered 17th Century shipwreck which sank in the English Channel while carrying the future King James II and VII.






Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is planning a major exhibition on a recently discovered 17th Century shipwreck which sank in the English Channel while carrying the future King James II and VII.

The Gloucester was discovered in 2007 following a four-year search for the sunken ship off the coast of Norfolk in the UK.

Hailed as “the most important maritime discovery since the Mary Rose”, an exhibition is planned for Spring 2023, with finds from the wreck – including the bell that confirmed the ship’s identity - set to go on display.

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