From the recovery of the Mary Rose, a tudor warship that sank in 1545 during the battle of the solent.Twenty-two planes were found, eighteen of these either within or just outside the cabin belonging to the carpenters situated on the main gun deck in the stern. Many were found in chests belonging to individual carpenters.This and many more of the carpenters artefects (including his skull) were modelled using photogrammetry and can be found at: www.VirtualTudors.orgIf you have an interest in osteology, or know anyone who does, please sign up to help out with our research in the “Research” tab of the website.With thanks to www.MaryRose.org
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|Tags||carpenter, grooving, mary, maryrose, oak, plane, rose, swansea, tudor|