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Wooden, three-holed deadeye from Betsy shipwreck, 44YO0088. Deadeyes organize the network of ropes that secure the masts on sailing vessels. The remains of Betsy were in especially good condition, providing the opportunity to gather data on eighteenth-century ship construction and furishings (Broadwater 1992:39). Betsy was discovered within the York River, off the coast of Yorktown, Virginia, part of a fleet of vessels scuttled by the British in 1781.that sank in 1781.
See John Broadwater, 1988 “Yorktown Shipwreck” National Geographic, pp. 804-823.
This artifact was 3-D scanned with a Go!Scan 50 at the archaeological curation facility of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources in Richmond, Virginia. Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources which has given permission for the modelto be downloadable for non-commercial educational purposes.
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