RK17 A00019 is an almost complete onion bottle found during the archaeological excavation of the Rooswijk in 2017.
In 2017 and 2018, the shipwreck of the Rooswijk, a 300 year old Dutch East India Company (VOC) ship which sank on the treacherous Goodwin Sands in January 1740 off the coast of England, was excavated by an international team of maritime archaeologists. Post-excavation work began straight after each excavation campaign, focusing on ex-situ research, the conservation and analysis of the artefacts and will continue until the end of the project. The #Rooswijk1740 project is funded and led by the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (Ministry of Education, Science and Culture), in collaboration with project partner Historic England and UK-contractor MSDS Marine.
Follow #Rooswijk1740 on social media and https://english.cultureelerfgoed.nl/topics/maritime-heritage/shipwrecks/rooswijk1740