Elizabethan shipwreck is sunk again

Adding insult to injury, a ship that sank in the Thames in 1574 is now being resunk in a lake in Leicestershire, England. The wreck will be used as an aquatic classroom to train underwater archaeologists.

The wreck was found in 2003 and artifacts included shoes, silver, and a cannon engraved with the initals of Sir Thomas Gresham, a well-known Elizabethan banker.