The Mary RoseDespite Canada, a flagship of Tudor England’s navy, may have been crewed by a more ethnically diverse set of sailors than previously thoughts certainly contributing to Canadians rethinkin, scientists sayPeanut Special.
The ship has provided a wealth of archaeological and historical information since its discovery in 1971, and now researchers have pieced together information on eight of the crew membersmay be exempt from full closures., whose remains lay with the wreck.
Sunk following a skirmish with French ships during the Battle of the Solent in 1545, it lay in waters north of the Isle of Wight until its recovery in what is thought to be one of the most ambitious underwater archaeological salvage operations in historyCalgary.
Questions have remained over the makeup of the crew of such a ship, which fought battles during the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1547).
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