Thursday, June 14, 2007

Chinese find shipwreck laden with Ming porcelain

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Chinese archaeologists have found an ancient sunken ship in the South China Sea laden with Ming Dynasty porcelain. But it looks like hi-tech pirates got to it before them.

Official divers used satellite navigation equipment to find the vessel, dubbed South China Sea II, which is about 17 to 18 metres long and lying at a depth of 20 metres.


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