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Cannon dating from 1588 uncovered in excellent condition at Streedagh, Co Sligo, from the wreck of the Spanish Armada ship, ‘La Juliana’.Photograph: Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht/PA Wire have been found in sands off Streedagh in Co Sligo since timbers from the exposed wreck began washing ashore in April.
Two have been taken off the seabed with archaeologists discovering that one bears a dedication to and depiction of St Matrona, a saint particularly venerated by the people of Catalonia.Gossip sites believed that that the Sligo Institute of Technology student could replace Tyga's former flame Kylie Jenner after they broke up last month.Read More: Kylie Jenner 'threatens to slap ex Tyga with restraining order' as their split gets messy However, Shannen was only talking to him briefly and asked him for a picture after seeing him in LA.The Sligo student is already in a relationship and has laughed off the reports.It is also dated 1570, the year was built, putting the identity of the ship beyond doubt, the Government said.Heather Humphreys, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, visited the wreck site and saw the archaeological work first hand.
“We have uncovered a wealth of fascinating and highly significant material, which is more than 425 years old,” she said.
“This material is obviously very historically and archaeologically significant.” Two other vessels from the Armada sank in violent storms in the area in September 1588, traded between Spain and Italy until King Philip II commandeered it for the Armada fleet of 130 ships to invade England and take Queen Elizabeth I’s throne.
The vessel was large, weighed 860 tonnes, carried 32 guns, 325 soldiers and had a crew of 70.
Recovery of the rest of the guns, relics and materials from the sandy seabed off Sligo is expected to last a number of weeks.
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