dating of timbers from the ship confirms some type of repair being done in 1535 or 1536. Two admirals and four captains (including Edward and Thomas Howard, who served both positions) are known through records, as well as a few ship masters, pursers, master gunners and other specialists. The companionways that connected the decks with one another would have become bottlenecks for fleeing men, something indicated by the positioning of many of the skeletons recovered from the wreck. After lengthy discussions it was decided in February 1980 that the hull would first be emptied of all its contents and strengthened with steel braces and frames. Christopher Dobbs, "The Galley" in Marsden (2009. Pirate and Privateer clothing in the 16th-17th centuries Tudor Pirates Gypsy/Rom Paintings of Romani/Gypsies in Period - Karen Larsdatter Gypsy Womens' Costume in the Renaissance Russian and Eastern European Russian costume in the 16th 17th. After almost ten years of small-scale trials on timbers, an active three-phase conservation programme of the hull of the Mary Rose began in 1994. 125 In addition, the bones of pigs and fish, stored in baskets, have also been found. 136 During passive conservation, the ship structure could for practical reasons not be completely sealed, so instead it was regularly sprayed with filtered, recycled water that was kept at a temperature of 2 to 5 C (35 to 41 F) to keep it from drying out.
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Even with an ethical standard, we may be unable to pursue our goals with the possibility of success. "Tiny magnets will escort ions out of rare material from a shipwreck". 121 Many of the cannons and other weapons from the Mary Rose have provided invaluable physical evidence about 16th-century weapon technology. Combined with a pipe and tabor, it provides a "very effective bass part" that would have produced "rich and full sound, which would have provided excellent music for dancing on board ship". Raising the Mary Rose meant overcoming a number of delicate problems that had never been encountered before.
Although achieving notoriety as the persecutor of Protestants, Mary I of England had to contend with great personal. The Tudor period is the period between 14 in England and Wales and includes the Elizabethan period during the reign of Elizabeth I until 1603.