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Columbia President Tweets about discovering $17B in Lost Treasure. The multi-billion shipwreck treasure was found submerged off the coast of Baru in what is now Colombia, near the Rosario Islands. Historic reports say the San Jose Galleon was carrying 116 chests of emeralds, two tons of platinum and the personal wealth of the Viceroy of Peru – making her the richest treasure ship ever lost in the western hemisphere. Get the Full Story and Photos at www.InvestigatingHistory.org and www.HistoryHeretic.org #investigatinghistory #commanderpulitzer #historyheretic
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In 1528, a magnificent treasure trove of precious ingots was lost to the Spanish Conquistadors and Crown. The outcome of that disastrous shipwreck, however, was the preservation of these extremely rare artifacts that would certainly have been melted down had they reached their destination. In this episode of Mel's Treasure Trove, we examine the treasure of the "Tumbaga" wreck, and its significant place in the story of the first Europeans in the New World. Mel King, President of Big Blue Wreck Salvage, is a maritime historian and one of the country's leading experts in Spanish Colonial numismatics. Our special thanks go to Agustin Garcia-Barneche for his brilliant research, which we consulted during the preparation of this episode. His book is called THE "TUMBAGA" SAGA: Treasure of The Conq...
Giacomoloris Giannotti, Ohla Boutique Bar, Barcelona Spain ———————————— MEDITERRANEAN TREASURE As its name might suggest, Mediterranean Treasure is inspired by the flavours that surround Barcelona. It is a sour/savoury cocktail that blends flavours of both land and sea. The full-bodied Tanqueray No. Ten with its fresh citrus fruits and botanicals is muddled with coriander in the preparation of the cocktail. Furthermore, Oyster leaf (a member of the borage family, also known as sea bluebell, with a taste that resembles that of the shellfish) is infused in Fino sherry to give saltiness and a distinctly Spanish tang to the recipe. If you really want to go for maximum maritime, it can be served in a seashell and enjoyed with fresh seafood. ———————————— THE RECIPE • 50ml – Tanqueray No....
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe After spending more than 200 hundred years on the ocean floor and a five year-long legal battle, a massive haul of sunken treasure has returned to Spain. Gold and silver coins worth millions of dollars were recovered from a Spanish ship in 2007 by a US exploration company, but Spain successfully argued, the treasure was part of its heritage and should be given back. Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries acros...
Florida treasure hunters found a trove of $4.5 million worth of Spanish gold coins 300 years to the day after a fleet of ships sunk in a hurricane while en route from Havana to Spain, the salvage owner said Wednesday (August 19). The 350 coins found on July 30 include nine rare pieces, known as royal eight escudos, which were being transported to the King of Spain, according to Brent Brisben. His company, 1715 Fleet - Queens Jewels, owns the rights to the wreckage. Only 20 such coins were known to exist prior to the recovery of the nine royals, Brisben said. Bartlett was part of a three-man crew aboard Brisben' boat S/V Capitana when it found coins in shallow waters off Vero Beach, Florida. The search site was picked because it was close to a previous discovery. On the same day in 1715...
A family found $1 million dollars in gold and other artifacts off the Florida coast from a fleet of ships that sank 300 years ago. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to the Schmitt family to find out what it takes to excavate underwater.
Mel Fisher, a dreamer, a visionary, a legend and most importantly, the World's Greatest Treasure Hunter! Mel Fisher did what many have not - he realized his dream during his lifetime. Everyday he insisted, "Today's the Day"! His mantra continues to inspire the search for the rest of the treasure from the Nuestra Senora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, the Spanish galleons that sank during a hurricane on September 6, 1622, near Key West, Florida. Mel Fisher suffered many personal losses to keep his dream alive during his 16 year search and endured over 100 court battles which ended in victory in the US Supreme Court. The riches Mel Fisher, his team and investors had worked so hard for all those years were finally theirs. The $450 million dollar treasure cache or "Atocha Mother Lode" would...
From gold coins to sunken treasure to ancient tombs, these are the 13 biggest treasures ever discovered. Back in 2014, a middle aged couple in Northern California accidentally stumbled across 1400 gold coins while walking their dog. The old coins were likely stolen from a coin minting factory back in the Gold Rush era of California and hidden underground for a couple hundred years. The individual coins were auctioned off and ended up raising 11 million dollars. The couple has chosen to stay anonymous and refused to disclose where they found the gold to prevent a false gold rush in their area. Most of their 11 million dollar profit was donated to charity. The British are constantly sweeping their own land with metal detectors, in hopes of finding ancient treasures and trinkets lost to his...
In 1715 a fleet of Spanish Galleons set sail from Florida filled with treasure from the New World. That night, all eleven ships are struck by a massive hurricane and sunk. A large fortune in gold and silver has laid hidden beneath the ocean for 300 years. Chad Crawford joins Brent Brisben, a modern day treasure hunter and his team as they explore dangerous waters off Sebastian Inlet hoping to locate and unearth this sunken treasure and solve this 300-year-old maritime mystery. The tale of the 1715 Fleet is why the area is called the Treasure Coast.
http://www.euronews.net/ Spain has won a lengthy legal battle with US treasure hunters over ownership of one the largest hauls of gold and silver ever recovered from the sea. The collection of 19th century coins, worth close to an estimated 400m euros, was recovered from a sunken galleon of the Spanish coast in 2007. The salvage company involved, Odyssey Marine Exploration, shipped them to America. But a US appeals court ruled it acted illegally.
(14 Feb 2016) SPAIN TRUFFLE SOURCE: AP HORIZONS, LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY LENGTH: 6:19 AP Television Teruel, Spain - 3 February 2016 1. Various of Melanosporum restaurant chef preparing two truffled eggs cooked with seafood cream, topped with fresh grated truffle and sliced truffle 2. Zoom in of truffle on kitchen counter 3. Close of dog digging for truffle 4. Various of man digging and cleaning truffles 5. Mid of truffle farmer and President of Association of Collectors and Truffle Growers of Teruel (ATRUTER) Julio Perales watching 6. Wide of Perales watching his son and the dog working 7. Close of leather pouch full of truffles 8. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Julio Perales, truffle ...
The crew of the Capitana brought up several million dollars in shipwreck gold doubloons on the 300th anniversary of the sinking of the Spanish 1715 treasure fleet off the east coast of Florida. This was the largest single day recovery of 1715 Fleet gold doubloons in 50 years with 231 coins. By weeks end, the grand total was over 350! Like Big Blue Wreck on Facebook for more updates on this historic find! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Big-Blue-Wreck-Salvage-Inc/221885631156237
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Colombia says it has located the Spanish galleon San Jose, considered to be the holy grail of shipwrecks among treasure hunters. Its cargo could be worth billions of dollars. The Colombian and Spanish governments as well as a U.S. salvage company are fighting over who has legal claim to the loot. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman and Paul Johnston, curator of maritime history at the Smithsonian Institution, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the controversy.
On September 4, 1622, the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha set off from Havana, Cuba, with a flotilla of nine ships bound for Spain. Loaded with a . From gold coins to sunken treasure to ancient tombs, these are the 13 biggest treasures ever discovered. Back in 2014, a middle aged couple in Northern . Much of the west coast of Australia was discovered by accident, when Dutch treasure galleons ploughed into its fringing coral reefs and left chests of gold and . From shipwrecks found in the desert, to a treasure worth half a billion smackers; Here are 10 amazing sunken treasures! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife .
Join cob coin enthusiast Don Ferguson and Treasure Diver Sam McCamy for a comprehensive look at the coins the Treasure Galleons carried in their holds! Gold and silver cobs were individually struck, making each coin unique. There were far more silver cobs struck than gold cobs.
Jason Nowell and Dave Gross searching a hole blown by Scott Thomson's boat, SeaHunter. The Jupiter inlet wreck is believed to be the San Miguel de Archangel, a Spanish avisio vessel carrying treasure from the New World to Spain. She wrecked in 1659, and was found in 1987 by lifeguard Peter Leo. jJupiter Wreck, Inc (JWI) was awarded a federal admiralty claim to the vessel, and has been salvaging her valuable cargo ever since.
No se imaginaba un grupo de espeleólogos lo que iban a encontrar en una cueva de Motril, en Granada. Un tesoro y restos arqueológicos de la época nazarí, probablemente de un momento posterior a la conquista de Granada, en tiempo de los Reyes Católicos. Además de perlas, una pieza de oro y elementos colgantes, también se han hallado restos humanos. Probablemente de su propietario, que habría fallecido junto a sus preciadas posesiones. Fuente: www.abc.es (08-07-2017)
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http://www.euronews.net/ A treasure trove of gold and silver coins, recovered from the wreckage of a sunken Spanish ship, has left America for Spain. The haul, worth more than 370 million euros, was uncovered off the coast of Portugal by an American salvage company. The treasure is believed to be from a ship sunk by the British Navy in 1804 as it returned from South America. The coins have been the subject of an intense five-year legal battle between Spain and Odyssey Marine Exploration, the company that found them.