Raised from the sea, the Mary Rose made waves in nautical archaeology! Recreate this exciting discovery in your classroom with this collection of real replica hidden treasures.
Artefacts and historical documents give us insight into the kind of life the sailors may have had and provide the children with a valuable artefact handling opportunity.
The Mary Rose was the flagship of the Tudor navy of King Henry VIII. She saw her last action on 19 July 1545, whilst leading the attack on the French invasion fleet, sinking just north of the Isle of Wight. This pack contains some typical naval items of the time. What would life have been like onboard a great ship like the Mary Rose?
Includes comb, rosary beads, trencher, candlesticks, coins, 5 stones, sundial, cannonball and tools.
07 Jul 2014
Nice box of stuff.
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