Madre de Deus Model

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Mark Cartwright
by Marco2000
published on 22 June 2020
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A model of the Portuguese carrack Madre de Deus (aka Madre de Dios) which was a treasure ship captured by Engish privateers in the Azores in September 1592 CE. The ship, laden with treasure from the East Indies, was the richest prize ever taken by Elizabethan privateers. (Museu de Marinha, Lisbon)

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