Insights into the construction, operation, rescue and restoration of a great Tudor ship and its contents.
From the time that King Henry VIII's warship Mary Rose was raised from the Solent in 1982 after 437 years on the seabed, to the present day, she has been constantly in the public eye. In 2013 a state-of-the-art new museum opened at Portsmouth to show off the ship in conjunction with the thousands of artefacts in context with their Tudor owners and their locations onboard. The Mary Rose and her fascinating time capsule of life in Tudor times form the centrepiece of this unique Haynes manual.
This is a wonderful inside look at the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's warship which sank in the Solent in 1545. The ship itself, the artefacts, and much more are covered in glorious detail.
Lovely book lavishly illustrated. Well worth the money. Great for kids and adults to learn more about this fascinating ship
Very interesting book at very competitive price. Very pleased.
Another great book from Haynes. Fast delivery.