What Henry VIII's favourite warship - raised 35 years ago this week - revealed about Tudor musical life
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This week marks the 35th anniversary since The Mary Rose was raised from the seabed, a milestone event in maritime archeology. The ship - which sank in 1545 during the Battle of the Solent - and the artefacts it contained, revealed much about the Tudor era - and among the objects on board were several musical instruments, including a particuarly unique still shawm.
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