Mystery shipwrecks added to England’s national heritage list – The Guardian 4 February 2021

An unidentified sail-powered collier that sank on the Goodwin Sands has been granted national legal protection by the government.  It is one of two wrecks added to Historic England’s list of Schedule Monuments in January  2021.

According to The Guardian she could be either the Archimedes which sank in 1876 or the Zia Catherina which sank in 1878, though this has not been confirmed by archaeologists.

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