French renew search for Cordelière, sunk in 1512 naval battle

The Cordelière, pride of Anne of Brittany’s navy, exploded off the coast of Brest in 1512 after Henry VIII’s armada surprised her fleet.

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French researchers will the search for the Cordelière, a huge warship that was sunk during an intense 16th-century battle with the biggest vessel in the English fleet, which also went down, reports The Guardian.