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Olivia Hulot , of the French Culture Ministry's underwater... News PhotoArchaeology,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Atlantic Ocean,Finding,France,Metal,Morbihan,Quiberon,Sea,Shipping,Shipwreck,Undersea,Underwater,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PHILIPPE SCHWAB Olivia Hulot (L), of the French Culture Ministry's underwater archaeology department DRASSM (Department des recherches archeologiques subaquatiques et sous-marines) and Jean-Michel Keroulle (R) of the Breton department Morbihan maritime archaeological society SAMM (Societe Archeologie Maritime du Morbihan), look at metal concretions found on the 'Thesee' shipwreck in the Atlantic ocean, off the western French coast, near Quiberon, on May 26, 2014. The ship, carrying 74 guns, sank in 1759 during the Battle of Quiberon Bay, opposing the British and French fleets. AFP PHOTO / MARCEL MOCHET (Photo credit should read MARCEL MOCHET/AFP/Getty Images)