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Rich Tudors had clocks in their homes. Most people relied on pocket sundials to tell the time.The majority of the Mary Rose sundials came with a simple flat lid that clipped onto the top of the sundial, which you can see on the right of the image

Rich Tudors had clocks in their homes. Most people relied on pocket sundials to tell the time.The majority of the Mary Rose sundials came with a simple flat lid that clipped onto the top of the sundial, which you can see on the right of the image

Forensic scientisist have recreated what some of the crew may have looked like: The Mystery Man

The Mary Rose crew members revealed

Forensic scientisist have recreated what some of the crew may have looked like: The Mystery Man

This is one of 44 Linstocks , (from the dutch word lontstok, meaning "match stick") found on board the Mary Rose. It is made of ash, and was found in the hold, although it may have drifted after the ship went down.

This is one of 44 Linstocks , (from the dutch word lontstok, meaning "match stick") found on board the Mary Rose. It is made of ash, and was found in the hold, although it may have drifted after the ship went down.

36 of these beech-wood shovels were recovered, in various states, although this is one of only two to have the modern-style 'D'-shaped handle.     They were mostly found in the hold/orlop area, and are thought to have been used for either moving ballast or removing ashes from the galley. there would have been a metal strip attached to the 'cutting' edge of the shovel, protecting it from damage.    © Mary Rose Trust

36 of these beech-wood shovels were recovered, in various states, although this is one of only two to have the modern-style 'D'-shaped handle. They were mostly found in the hold/orlop area, and are thought to have been used for either moving ballast or removing ashes from the galley. there would have been a metal strip attached to the 'cutting' edge of the shovel, protecting it from damage. © Mary Rose Trust

Graffiti reading "Ny Coup Cook" was found carved onto a bowl, and "Ny Cop" onto the lid of a tankard, leading archaeologists to believe that was the name of the cook onboard. His skeleton was found nearby and tests showed he was in his 30s, with heavy strong bones but spent much of his working life bent over.

In pictures: Life and death on the Mary Rose

Graffiti reading "Ny Coup Cook" was found carved onto a bowl, and "Ny Cop" onto the lid of a tankard, leading archaeologists to believe that was the name of the cook onboard. His skeleton was found nearby and tests showed he was in his 30s, with heavy strong bones but spent much of his working life bent over.

The instruments used by the barber, who was also surgeon, on board the Mary Rose will be on display at the  museum.

In pictures: New Mary Rose museum

The instruments used by the barber, who was also surgeon, on board the Mary Rose will be on display at the museum.

The Mary Rose carried both new modern bronze cannons and old medieval wrought iron ones

The Mary Rose crew members revealed

The Mary Rose carried both new modern bronze cannons and old medieval wrought iron ones

These brass 'singlehander' dividers, which were probably made in the Netherlands, were found in an enclosed area towards the bow of the Mary Rose in a fitted wooden case. The presence of these, as well as other navigational equipment, tell us that the Pilot, or navigator, was considered important enough to warrant his own cabin.    Image @Mary Powers Powers Powers Powers Powers Rose Trust

These brass 'singlehander' dividers, which were probably made in the Netherlands, were found in an enclosed area towards the bow of the Mary Rose in a fitted wooden case. The presence of these, as well as other navigational equipment, tell us that the Pilot, or navigator, was considered important enough to warrant his own cabin. Image @Mary Powers Powers Powers Powers Powers Rose Trust

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