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by Peter Marsden

Author: Peter Marsden
Subcategory: Transportation
Language: English
Publisher: The Mary Rose Trust; Pck Slp edition (June 1, 2009)
Pages: 418 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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Tudor Warship Mary Rose (Anatomy of The Ship) Paperback. This monumental book is volume 2 of a projected four volume work on the Mary Rose. Construction was begun in 1510 and she finally sank in 1545. Your Noblest Shippe: Anatomy of a Tudor Warship (archaeology of the mary rose) Hardcover. Volume 1 describes the sixteenth century history of the ship, the discovery of the wreck in the nineteenth century, its rediscovery in 1971 and its subsequent excavation and recovery. Volume 2, this volume, will be described later.

Anatomy of a Tudor Warship. Archaeology of the Mary Rose Volume 2, 2009, Mary Rose Trust, I–xxv: 1–433, 285 Figures, 15 Large Plans. Authors and affiliations.

Published by the Mary Rose Trust in 2009

Published by the Mary Rose Trust in 2009. This detailed description of the remains of King Henry VIII’s warship that had sunk off Portsmouth in July 1545, is followed by a reconstruction of what the ship looked like before her rebuild in 1536, and after that time. Each deck, cabin and feature is described, as well as her ballast, galley and rigging.

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Commencing with a discussion of the place of the Mary Rose in the development of warships; her recovery and recording are described and the method by which she has been reconstructed on paper.

Walmart 9780954402921. Commencing with a discussion of the place of the Mary Rose in the development of warships; her recovery and recording are described and the method by which she has been reconstructed on paper. Evidence is presented for how the ship was designed and built and how the timbers were fashioned. The structure of the ship and her rigging as she was in 1545 are described deck by deck and lavishly illustrated, including reconstructed deck plans. Operational aspects such as steering, mooring, anchoring, the ship's boats, navigation and the removal of water are discussed.

This is the fourth publication in the five volume series Archaeology of the Mary Rose published by the Mary Rose Trust. Anatomy of a Tudor Warship. Published: 18 June 2010. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Journal of Maritime Archaeology. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, Volume 5, pp 75-78; doi:10.

This volume is concerned primarily with a detailed description of the Mary Rose and how she operated as a functional warship Your Noblest Shippe by Peter Marsden, 9.

A summary of the ship's armaments is provided and her fighting capabilities considered. Your Noblest Shippe is essential reading for anyone interested in sixteenth-century maritime history. Ian Friel International Journal of Maritime History).

This volume is concerned primarily with a detailed description of the Mary Rose and how she operated as a functional warship. Commencing with a discussion of the place of the Mary Rose in the development of warships, her recovery and recording are described and the method by which she has been reconstructed on paper. Evidence is presented for how the ship was designed and built and how the timbers were fashioned. The structure of the ship and her rigging as she was in 1545 are described deck by deck and lavishly illustrated, including reconstructed deck plans. Operational aspects such as steering, mooring, anchoring, the ship's boats, navigation and the removal of water are discussed. A summary of the ship's armaments is provided and her fighting capabilities considered. Evidence for how the ship was altered during her use, and how she might be reconstructed as a whole, are examined and the nature of and reasons for her sinking reviewed. The volume concludes with a summary of some principal areas of research that remain to be addressed.