relics may stop development of a huge new off-shore wind-farm in the area, as Vattenfall is ring-fenced <metaphor!> as an archaeological site following discoveries.
Actually, 1362 is known as the Second Saint Marcellus' Flood because a similar event, from similar causes had devastated NorthWest European coasts on 16th January 1219. Across the sea the Grote MannDrenke was the nail in the coffin of the prosperous city of Dunwich, which in its heyday rivalled London as the principal port of Eastern England. It was progressively eroded to a hamlet by floods and storm surges in 1286, twice in 1287, 1347 and finally in 1362. The map [R above] shows the city of Rungholt in the middle of the island of Nortstrandt. The island itself survived for a while longer, but is now very wet all the time. It makes you think about impermanence.