How is the Mary Rose ship related to Shakespeare?
The Mary Rose is a ship which foundered in 1645 in the reign of Henry VIII. It was well before Shakespeare's time, but study of the wreckage has given valuable clues to historians about life in the sixteenth century. Shakespeare was born in the second half of that century.
So basically the Mary Rose is as related to Shakespeare as the wreck of the battleship Arizona in Pearl Harbour (sunk 396 years after the Mary Rose) is related to Nicolas Cage (born 400 years after Shakespeare).
The Mary Rose is thought to be named after his sister Mary and the rose, the Tudor emblem. Please see the related link below for more details
the mary rose is not a ship in point of vyoo
the Mary Rose was a war ship and the favourite of King HenryVlll, he designed it him self and named it for his sister Mary rose.
The ship he named after his sister Mary was called The Mary Rose
it was Henry vIII who sailed the mry rose
his ship the Mary rose hit a rock and sank
Probably Henry the 8th's ship, the Mary Rose.
The ship you are looking for might be the Mary Rose, of the English Navy in the 16th Century. The Mary Rose may not have been called a ship-of-the-line, but for all intent and purpose that is what she was.
The french battle
there were 415 people on the ship
henry viiis ship mary rose is least famous
Ian A. Morrison has written: 'The Mary Rose' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Mary Rose (Ship)
it was over loaded The ship may have been overloaded, but the wreck of the Mary Rose revealed that a mistake had been made by the builders, and the beam was slightly more narrow than was planned. Had Mary Rose been built according to the plan, the ship would not have sunk.
salt meat and salt fish
they found lots of things
It was called 'The mary rose'
The Mary Rose was a warship commissioned by Henry VIII. The ship was used in wars against France and Scotland in the early 1500's. This ship served in wartime for 33 years with little overhaul. Parts of the restored ship are at Portsmouth, England and a museum close by.
the Mary rose was made by Henry VII in Portsmouth, England in 1509-1511. it then sunk in 1545 in the french fleet, it had survived 30 years.:)
From the hull taken up from the ocean floor, It is hard to say how long the Mary Rose was. We can say that at the time of sinking it was about 500 tonnes though.
It is on exhibition in The Royal Navel Dockyard Portmouth England.
yes, at the time of her construction she was considered the best in the fleet.
According to historians, no direct evidence of naming the ship exists. The common explanation for the ship's name was that it was inspired by Henry VIII's favourite sister, Mary Tudor, and the rose as the emblem of the Tudors.
Mary rose was one of the first ships and she was the firm favourite of king Henry VIII.The mary rose ship was built between 1509 and 1511 and aftera long time she sank accidently during the french fleet in 1545.Henry VIIIs flagship mary rose sank by the french cannonball .
It varied depending on the size of the ship for example the Mary Rose had a crew of around 600 men.
yes, The Mary Rose is famous because people on the ship died for us - - - - - It's famous in part because it fought many battles over a period of 36 years, but went down with all hands while making a turn in port.
The Mary Rose sank in the Solent Channel, between the Isle of Wight and the Hampshire coast, on the 19th of July, 1545. It is thought that the ship sank because the gun holes were to low and they filled up with water when the ship took a sharp turn. now get a life
The Mary Rose was a ship of the English navy which fought in various battles. It sank in the early sixteenth century, was salvaged in the twentieth century, and now stays as part of a museum in Portsmouth, UK.
The ship that sank in sollent 1545 is called the Mary Rose. The ship also served for 33 years.
there have been many theories why the Mary rose sank but the main answer that scientist think that could have been most likely was that it was too heavy. all the souldiers and weapons could have been hard for the ship to lift.
The Mary Rose was King Henry VIII's favourite ship, It went out to sea whilst king Henry was still on the throne and when turning too quickly it fell on its side. The Cannon holes were open at the time so water seeped into the ship very quickly which caused it to sink. King Henry was distraught when he lost his favourite ship. The ship can still be seen today at a museum somewhere in… Read More
no one is sure exactly why the Mary Rose capsized. We know that she was very overloaded, carrying 700 rather than the 400 crew she was built to carry. Once the ship began to tip to one side, after turning sharply, seawater poured in the gunports. Perhaps the crew were not obeying orders, for just before the ship went down the captain shouted that he had the sort of knaves he could not rule
The Mary Rose had somewhere between 400 and 700 men on board when she sank. Less than 35 survived, the majority of the crew being trapped below deck and unable to escape during the short time, about one minute, it took the ship to sink.
it is invisible
Maybe.... QUEEN MARY?
dont be silly rose boarded the ship from california!
It can be--- Queen Mary's ship.
The Dei Gratia found the Mary Celeste.
If you're asking how to say the name of the ship called the "RMS Queen Mary" in Hebrew, it's: RMS Queen Mary = Sfinat ha Queen Mary (ספינת הקווין מרי)
They were not real people, but in the movie Rose did and Jack went down with the ship.
Marisa Ship's birth name is Marisa Rose Ship.
At the front of the ship, she was going to jump off the ship and he stopped her.
rose and jack
because the people on the Mary Celeste disappeared off the ship when people called to greet them there was fresh food and fresh water and he only rode on the ship with his family members and six people that work on the ship
Oliver Deveau of the ship Dei Gratia is the individual who found the ship Mary Celeste drifting at sea.
the queen Mary 2 is 345 meters in length.
The ship Mary Celeste was going east.
queen Mary is the size of two titanics