article from the Huffington Post lets us know, is just about that.
I've gnashed my teeth over this before so I won't trouble the Brethren with the many, many reasons why we are rushing to judgement by naming the artifacts as Morgan's. I have yet to see an article that mentions carbon or any other reliable form of dating of these items. As an old archaeologist that grinds my bones but, basically, what we have here is corporate sponsored history. And those cannon and stuff are Morgan's, come hell or high water.
Click over to the article, which is basically just a mish-mash of quotes from other equally reliable news sources (Fox News and Popular Mechanics figure in the mix), if you are so inclined. The only thing I can personally vouch for there are the pictures; those, it must be said, are quite lovely.
Header: The Ruyter map of the West Indies c 1747 via Wikimedia