The Mary Rose: Splendour, Sinking and Salvage
In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, I'm joined by Dr. Alexzandra Hildred and John Seager. During my guided tour of the Mary Rose Museum, we discover the story of the Mary Rose and her thirty-four-year history as a successful warship before her fateful sinking in 1545. As we tour the museum, we discuss some of the wonderful artefacts from the ship, each with its unique and fascinating story giving us a snapshot into the lives of the men on board the Mary Rose.
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guests: Dr. Alexzandra Hildred and John Seager
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions