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The Mary Rose, the pride of Henry VIII's battle fleet, sank in the Solent with the loss of 700 lives, on this day 19th July, 1545. The ship was raised on 11th October 1982 to be taken to Portsmouth Dockyard, where it can now be seen in the museum

The Mary Rose, a detail from a painting by William Bishop. The Mary Rose was King Henry VIII's favourite warship. Built in 1510 and lost in she was raised in 1982 and is the centrepiece of the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth, England.

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Moorish Pirate Ship The Moors are the Original Navigators of the seven seas – guided by the North Gate Pole Star (Sirius

Henry VIII’s kitchen complex contained 50 rooms, including larders for fish, meat and grain, and areas for boiling, pastry making and making confectionary. The kitchens provided food for the courtiers and staff, Henry had his own private kitchens near his own suite of rooms.

Henry VIII’s kitchen complex contained 50 rooms, including larders for fish…

Coronation Chair, Westminster Abbey.  Used by all sovereigns of England and Great Britain since 1308 upon their coronation, except Queens Mary I and II.

On the June our Queen, Elizabeth II, was crowned with great solemnity and ceremony in Westminster Abbey whilst seated in the ancient Coronation Chair (King Edward’s Chair).

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Discussion on is it legal to fly the Jolly Roger on your boat? Where do you stand? - The Jolly Roger flies for freedom.

King Henry VIII of England.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Henry VIII marrried my cousins; Anne Boleyn Queen Consort to England and Catherine Howard. He had both beheaded.

Bedroom at Thornbury Castle. Yes, Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn really did stay at the castle! (Six Wives of Henry VIII 2013)

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn stayed at this castle. (Six Wives of Henry VIII

Skeletons recovered from the wreck of a King Henry VIII’s warship the Mary Rose are being studied to discover more about life in the 1500s.  Swansea University sports scientists are hoping to find out more about the toll on the bodies of archers who had to pull heavy bows. It is documented…

Mary Rose ship skeletons studied

A recontruction of the Mary Rose - article about Tudor archer skeletons.

Sailing ship identification.

capngrimbeard: You can nerestudy th’ riggin’ o’ ship classes. Knowin’ ‘t can be th’ difference between livin’ wi’ booty an’ bunkin’ in Davy Jone`s Locker!

Carta de Ana Bolena a su aún esposo el Rey Enrique VIII

Page 2 of Anne Boleyn's Letter to King Henry VIII from the Tower of London, 6 May Had this as a source in my AS history exam. 'Compare these sources as evidence for the reaction to the verdict of high treason'

When Henry VIII came to the throne in 1509 he was just shy of his 18th birthday. He was tall, robust, handsome and athletic. Yet when the infamous King died on 28th January 1547 he weighed about 178kg and had a waist measurement of 52 inches and a chest measurement of about 53 inches. So how did this decline in Henry VIII's physical appearance happen? As a young man, Henry VIII was considered to be the most handsome prince in Europe. He was tall, standing at six foot two which was taller ...

King Henry VIII by Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist oil on panel, circa 1520 20 in. mm x 381 mm)

The Mary Rose in the process of preservation in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

The Mary Rose was a carrack-type warship of the English Tudor navy of King Henry…

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