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Looking Back - Hatch at Crufts 11 Mar 2016
In the first of an occasional series, we’re going back to March 2010, when The Mary Rose’s dog went walkies for the first time in nearly 500 years! Our blogger Simon explains…

Back in 2010, the Mary Rose Museum was still based in an old boathouse near the entrance to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the ship was off show while work took place on our current museum, and we’d recently had Hatch, the dog recovered from the Mary Rose, mounted.  Our fundraising team...

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How to clean a Tudor Log 17 Dec 2015
A blog on a log from a hull at the bottom of the sea...

Hello, I’m Johanna, one of the conservators at the Mary Rose Trust, and I’ll be taking you through some of the work that is happening behind the scenes at the museum. This particular post will cover a set of objects I have devoted a fair bit of my time here...

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The Mary Rose “Crow’s Nest” 13 Oct 2015
When is a crow's nest not a crows nest?

While it has become standard to call the look-out point usually located at the top of a mast a “Crow’s Nest”, the term is actually quite specific.

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