From the Telegraph
"The trading vessel was carrying an extremely valuable cargo of tin and hundreds of copper ingots from the Continent when it sank.
Experts say the "incredibly exciting" discovery provides new evidence about the extent and sophistication of Britain's links with Europe in the Bronze Age as well as the remarkable seafaring abilities of the people during the period."
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Divers Discover Bronze Age Wreck And Artefacts Off Devon Coast
"A group of divers has brought a snapshot of Bronze Age life to the surface after unearthing a group of 3,000-year-old artefacts at an ancient wreck site off the Devon coast .Including swords, axe heads, a cauldron handle and a gold bracelet, the finds were discovered by members of the South West Maritime Archaeology Group (SWMAG) in summer 2004 and reported to English Heritage and the Receiver of Wreck. 'This is a very exciting find which shows the breadth of information which is available from shipwreck sites,' explained Receiver of Wreck, Sophia Exelby."