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Invincible 1744
Invincible was built in France in 1744 and captured by the RN in 1747. She sank in the Solent in 1758. Now subject of a major LIBOR-funded rescue excavation
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Eileen Clegg Jul 6
is on the road again at the braught to you by the supported
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MASTArchaeology Jun 25
From ‘cradle to grave’ - the mainstay rigging from the deep is now at our Archaeological Centre for recording and conservation with
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MASTArchaeology Jun 24
And that’s it: the last of the artefacts from depart Portsmouth for Poole. 3 years of excavation comes to an end! With
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 21
The last recovery of the excavation, the heart block of the main stay. With
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MASTArchaeology Jun 20
8.5 days to bizarrely "buy it now" for £810k 4 battleships from the scuttled at for sale. , the last naval battle of WW1 . … …, … …, … …,
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Invincible 1744 Jun 18
Looking forward to many more!
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 16
We've been recording the cut-water of , which extended up from the stem. We have draft marks visible from XXIII-XVI. captured a high resolution survey. With
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MASTArchaeology Jun 16
The XVIII inch marking is clear to see on this deadeye where sand grains have settled in the grooves. Deadeyes, commonly of elm, were used to tension the shrouds, the lines supporting the mast
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 15
Spending the day comparing the latest archaeology from excavations with HMS Victory . Below the mainstay of Invincible compared with Victory’s
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 15
A gun lid recovered from excavations. The size makes it a likely quarter deck gunport lid. Great to compare with HMS Victory with
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MASTArchaeology Jun 14
This pile found at the stern includes the mainstay which supported the main mast fore and aft. The rigging was likely discarded/lost when salvaging the masts as the upper parts of the ship remained above water
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Eileen Clegg Jun 11
I've been writing my report to and been reflecting on how their funding has enabled so much wonderful work to be done by and Achaeologists excavation
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MASTArchaeology Jun 1
A lovely clew and other rigging parts in good condition coming up from
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Nautical Archaeology Society May 31
Thanks for welcoming us to yesterday. A great dive on such an amazing in the - looking forward to seeing the finds exhibited in
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Alice Roberts-Pratt May 31
Thank you so much to for an amazing day at the Invincible dive site. So exciting, cannot wait to put this exhibition together!
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Rodrigo Ortiz May 29
Excellent presentation by talking about changes of the river Po throughout 3500 years
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