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This bone plaque carving was recovered from inside a chest found on the Main Deck of the Mary Rose (sunk 1545, raised 1982). It depicts two angels in profile walking in a procession to the right each carrying a candle. It is similar to plaques made for triptychs in the Northern Italian workshops of the Embriachi family (late 14th and early 15 Century. They produced a variety of luxury objects (mirrors, caskets and triptychs) incorporating a series of bone or ivory plaques. Triptychs, often used as altar pieces or for private prayer, displayed scenes of a religious nature. Created by Dina Fatalla and Andrew Bevan for MicroPasts via the crowd! All model files: http://maryrose.s3.amazonaws.com/maryrose-angel/
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