The Mary Rose Museum

The Mary Rose museum at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard was reopened 471 years to the day since the sinking of Henry VIII’s flagship – for the first time giving the public a clear view of her hull…

Reinterpreting a Tudor flagship: the Mary Rose and her crew

Henry VIII’s flagship, the Mary Rose, famously sank in the Solent almost 500 years ago. Her partial remains were recovered by archaeologists in 1982 – what has been learned since then? We explore some of the latest thinking on the Tudor vessel’s appearance and her crew.…

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