Mary Rose stem added

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The stem segment of the Renaissance-era English ship Mary Rose, along with a pump and an anchor, were put on display with the rest of the ship's remains at the Mary Rose Museum (Main Road, Portsmouth, England; phone +44 23 9281 2931, www.maryrose.org) on Feb. 20.

The Mary Rose was one of the largest warships in King Henry VIII's navy. It was sunk in the Solent, the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from England, by French ships in 1545. Rediscovered in 1971, it was raised in 1982 and spent decades being preserved before going on display in 2013. The stem, however, was not found until 2003.

Open daily, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., April 1-Oct. 31 and 10-5, Nov. 1-March 30. £17 (near $23).

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The stem segment of the Renaissance-era English ship Mary Rose, along with a pump and an anchor, were put on display with the rest of the ship's remains at the Mary Rose Museum (Main Road, Portsmouth, England; phone +44 23 9281 2931, www.maryrose.org) on Feb. 20.

The Mary Rose was one of the largest warships in King Henry VIII's navy. It was sunk in the Solent, the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from England, by French ships in 1545. Rediscovered in 1971, it was raised in 1982 and spent decades being preserved before going on display in 2013. The stem, however, was not found until 2003.

Open daily, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., April 1-Oct. 31 and 10-5, Nov. 1-March 30. £17 (near $23).