How bones from Mary Rose reveal more about ship's crew

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When the Mary Rose was raised from the sea bed 30 years ago, experts uncovered an incredible piece of Tudor history.

But to this day, little is known about the ship's crew.

Now a team of scientists from Swansea University is trying to find out more about the hundreds of soldiers, sailors and archers whose bones were discovered on board.

The BBC's Wales Correspondent, Hywel Griffith reports.

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