Before the Mast

Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose
Author: Julie Gardiner
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781842175040
Category: History
Page: 760
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The Mary Rose carried a crew of naval officers and sailors, a fighting force of gunners and soldiers, a Barber-surgeon, several ship's carpenters and skilled navigators. Of nearly 500 men, fewer than 40 survived the sinking on 19th July 1545. Trapped by netting, or below deck, they stood little chance, and their bodies and belongings went to the bottom of the sea. Excavation of the hull and contents produced a huge collection of objects that together make up a detailed picture of what life was like on board. Before the Mast explores how the men of the Mary Rose lived, through their surviving possessions; how they were fed; their music and recreation, medicine and provision for illness and injury, as well as working practices: carpentry and maintenance, stowage, navigation and ship's communications. The personal possessions of the crew included religious items, books, fishing lines and weights, sewing kits, money, hair combs, jewellery, knives, musical instruments and many items of clothing. The Barber-surgeon, who had his own cabin, brought on board a fine chest filled with canisters, bottles and pots of ointment and medicines, a variety of surgical instruments and a fine set of razors. Another cabin nearby was clearly occupied by the ship's carpenters whose toolkit included planes, adzes, axes, hammers and drills, as well as pitch pots and special mallets for patching up leaks in the ship's hull. The ship's navigators had the best in sixteenth century compasses. The ship's galley was in the hold and this area in particular produced many examples of wooden and pewter plates, bowls, pots, bread troughs, and tankards, as well as barrels and baskets still containing beef, pork, fish and fruit. The volume also includes an analysis of the human remains providing evidence for the stature and age range of the men most were under 30 their health, and injuries sustained. Before the Mast is now available again in a two volume edition published by Oxbow Books.

Before the Mast

Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose
Author: Julie Gardiner,Michael J. Allen
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780954402945
Category: History
Page: 732
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The Mary Rose carried a crew of naval officers and sailors, a fighting force of gunners and soldiers, a Barber-surgeon, several ship's carpenters and skilled navigators. Of nearly 500 men, fewer than 40 survived the sinking on 19th July 1545.

For Future Generations

Conservation of a Tudor Maritime Collection
Author: Mark Jones
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN: 9781785701559
Category: Antiquities
Page: 160
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Originally published in hardback: Portsmouth, England: Mary Rose Trust, 2003.

Exploring Atlantic Transitions

Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands
Author: Peter Edward Pope,Shannon Lewis-Simpson
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 1843838591
Category: Social Science
Page: 353
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Current approaches to the archaeological understanding of permanence and transience in the early modern period,

The Warship Mary Rose

The Life and Times of King Henry VII's Flagship
Author: David Childs
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
ISBN: 1473853095
Category: Transportation
Page: 224
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This new paperback edition brings the history of Henry VIII's famous warship right up to date with new chapters on the stunning presentation of the hull and the 19,000 salvaged artefacts in the new museum in Portsmouth.??Mary Rose has, along with HMS Victory, become an instantly recognisable symbol of Britain's maritime past, while the extraordinary richness of the massive collection of artefacts gleaned from the wreck has meant that the ship has acquired the status of some sort of 'time capsule', as if it were a Tudor burial site. But she is much more than an archaeological relic; she was a warship, and a revolutionary one, that served in the King's navy for thirty-four years, almost the entire length of his reign.??This book tells the story of her eventful career, placing it firmly within the colourful context of Tudor politics, court life and the developing administration of a permanent navy. And though the author also brings the story right down to the present day, with chapters on the recovery, the fresh ideas and information thrown up by the massive programme of archaeological work since undertaken, and the new display just recently opened at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, it is at heart a vivid retelling of her career and, at the end, her dramatic sinking.??With this fine narrative and the beautiful illustrations the book will appeal to the historian and enthusiast, and also to the general reader and museum visitor.

Medieval Life

Archaeology and the Life Course
Author: Roberta Gilchrist
Publisher: Boydell Press
ISBN: 1843837226
Category: Social Science
Page: 336
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An examination of daily life in the Middle Ages which reveals the intimate relations between age groups, between the living and the dead, and between people and things.

Current Archaeology


Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Archaeology
Page: N.A
View: 9999
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Sveti Pavao Shipwreck

A 16th century Venetian merchantman from Mljet, Croatia
Author: Carlo Beltrame,Sauro Gelichi,Igor Miholjek
Publisher: Oxbow Books
ISBN: 1782977074
Category: Social Science
Page: 200
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Between 2007 and 2012 the Department for Underwater Archaeology of the Croatian Conservation Institute from Zagreb and the Department of Humanistic Studies of the Ca' Foscari University of Venice collaborated in the recording, underwater excavation and analysis of the unusually well-preserved wreck of a 16th century Venetian merchantman in the Svetti Pavao shallow off the southern shore of the island of Mljet, Croatia. The shipwreck preserved many personal possessions of the crew as well as a number of bronze artillery pieces and the remains of a cargo of luxury and richly decorated ceramic material from Iznik and other oriental workshops. Although the excavation is not complete, this volume presents the results of the project so far. The methodological and technical aspects of the underwater investigation of the site, mainly by photogrammetry, are described; the historical and archaeological context of navigation in the late Medieval period in the eastern Mediterranean discussed; and the recovered artefacts described and catalogued in detail, together with the remains of the ship and its equipment that, because of depth and of problems of conservation, have been left in situ. The conservation and restoration of the finds are described in an appendix.

Newsletter


Author: Society for Historical Archaeology,American Anthropological Association
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Archaeology
Page: N.A
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Mary Rose


Author: Geoffrey Girard
Publisher: Adaptive Books
ISBN: 9781945293504
Category: Fiction
Page: 272
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A re-imagining of the play Mary Rose by J.M. Barrie, produced in 1920.

Wiltshire Heritage Studies


Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Archaeology
Page: N.A
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Crossing Paths Or Sharing Tracks?

Future Directions in the Archaeological Study of Post-1550 Britain and Ireland
Author: Audrey J. Horning,Marilyn Palmer
Publisher: Boydell Press
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 416
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Brings together over thirty of the leading scholars in Post Medieval archaeology and examines where this relatively new discipline has developed from and, perhaps most importantly, where it is going in the future.

Burial at the Site of the Parish Church of St. Benet Sherehog Before and After the Great Fire

Excavations at 1 Poultry, City of London
Author: Adrian Miles,William White
Publisher: Museum of London Archaeology Svc
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 114
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Archaeological work at 1 Poultry includes analysis of 280 burials associated with the medieval church of St Benet Sherehog and a post-Great Fire burial ground on the same location. Post-medieval coffins and coffin furniture indicate that the burial population is primarily late, with a fifth dated to before the Great Fire, although none were associated with the primary phase of the church. The parish of St Benet Sherehog pre- and post-Fire is considered in terms of the documented population, occupations and wealth, and health and mortality. This is followed by evidence for the medieval church of St Benet and the religious life of the parish. 'Death and commemoration' looks at historical and archaeological evidence for funerals and burial practices. A detailed osteological account of the 17th- to 19th-century burial sample includes comparison with contemporary London cemetery populations.

Medieval Clothing and Textiles


Author: Robin Netherton,Gale R. Owen-Crocker
Publisher: Boydell Pr
ISBN: 9781843832911
Category: Clothing and dress
Page: 221
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The best new research on medieval clothing and textiles, drawing from a range of disciplines and with a special focus on reconstruction.

Sovereigns of the Sea

The Quest to Build the Perfect Renaissance Battleship
Author: Angus Konstam
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780470116678
Category: History
Page: 352
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Savor the story of the ultimate warship in Sovereigns of the Sea: The Quest to Build the Perfect Renaissance Battleship, which chronicles the history of Sovereign of the Seas, an immensely powerful floating fortress. You will enjoy this gripping tale of an arms race that created and ruined empires, changed the map of the world, and led Europe out of the Renaissance and into the Modern age. Understand how the Sovereign of the Seas became the model for a whole new generation of warships that would dominate naval warfare until the advent of steam power.

Origins and development of musical instruments


Author: Jeremy Montagu
Publisher: Scarecrow Pr
ISBN: 9780810856578
Category: History
Page: 257
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A survey of the origins and development of musical instruments world-wide from Paleolithic times to the present day. Illustrated with pictures of several hundred instruments from all over the world on 120 plates, with five maps for ease of reference to exotic places.

Mints and Money in Medieval England


Author: Martin Allen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107014948
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 576
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A definitive study of coin production in medieval England, tracing the development, significance and wider context of mints and money.

Nonsuch Palace

The Material Culture of a Noble Restoration Household
Author: Martin Biddle,Michael Archer
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 544
View: 6604
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This volume discusses the excavation of Nonsuch in Surrey, Henry VIII's last and most fantastic palace. It publishes the domestic finds, including a large amount of complete or reconstructible glass, ceramics, coins and tokens, objects of iron, bone, ivory and leather, and a wooden pocket sundial.