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Scientists and archeologists at the University of Huddersfield harness modern technology to learn about the weapons and ammunition on board Tudor battleship Mary Rose, dramatically raised back to the surface 30 years ago
THIRTY years ago – on 11 October 1982 – the Tudor warship Mary Rose was dramatically raised to the surface, more than four centuries after she sank accidentally during an engagement with the French fleet in 1545. But after three decades of research into the ship and its contents, there is still much that can be learned, especially by the application of new technology, and this is exactly what is happening at the University of Huddersfield, in collaboration with The Mary Rose Trust.
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