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King Henry VIII’s favourite ship, the Mary Rose, was made up of a multinational crew Posted: 05-05-21

Cardiff University academics, in partnership with the Mary Rose Trust and the British Geological Survey, used cutting edge scientific techniques to reveal the ancestry, childhood origins and diets of some of the crew who perished on the ship in 1545 AD. This information has been used to explore where, in...

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Flagships Taking Centre Stage in 2021 Posted: 27-04-21

The partnership of the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) and the Mary Rose Trust (MRT), in conjunction with Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust (PNBPT), have announced that Portsmouth Historic Dockyard will reopen to visitors on Monday 17 May at 1000hrs with tickets already on sale, and timed booking...

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HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh Posted: 09-04-21

The trustees, staff and volunteers of the Mary Rose Trust were saddened to learn of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh earlier today.  We send our deepest sympathy and condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.

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2nd round of Culture Recovery Grant supports the Mary Rose Posted: 02-04-21

The Mary Rose in Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard has received a grant of £327,652 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the Trust’s continued recovery from the pandemic and to reopen in line with Government guidelines. 

More than £300 million has been awarded to thousands of cultural...

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Professor Suzannah Lipscomb, becomes a trustee of the Mary Rose Posted: 25-03-21

Renowned historian, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb, becomes a trustee of Portsmouth’s Mary Rose.

As a world leading expert on Tudor history, Suzannah will bring unrivalled knowledge and expertise to her role as Trustee, adding to the rich narrative of this British icon which gives an unparalleled insight into everyday life 500...

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Mega microscope will help protect maritime history Posted: 27-01-21

Nearly £100K of funding has been awarded to scientists to help ensure that Tudor warship the Mary Rose and other historic ships at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - as well as related artefacts such as boots, cannons and gold coins - are protected for years to come.

The funding has been...

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