Answer for “Raising the Marry Rose” with explanations

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Answer Keywords Location Explanation
1. TRUE doubt, sink paragraph 1, lines 10-16 Accounts of what happened to the ship vary: while witnesses agree that she was not hit by the French, some maintain that she was outdated, over-laden and sailing too low in the water, others that she was by undisciplined crew.” vary: means that the accounts on how the ship sank has some doubts.
2. NOT GIVEN only ship, sink, 19 July 1545 paragraph . 1 There is no reference to whether Mary Rose was the only ship that sank in the battle
3. TRUE one side, undamaged, Paragraph no. 2, lines 10-11 Because of the way the ship sank, nearly all of the starboard half, survived intact. “most of=nearly all of, one side of the Mary Rose=the starboard half, undamaged=intact
4. FALSE historical objects, Alexander McKee Paragraph 5, lines 5-9 McKee and his team now knew for certain that they had found the wreck, but were as yet unaware that it also housed a treasure trove of beautifully preserved artefacts.” So, these lines indicate that Mckee and his team were not aware that the ship would have precious artifacts or valuable historical objects.
5. C search, launched paragraph 4, lines 1-5 The Mary Rose then faded into obscurity for another hundred years. But in 1965, military historian and amateur diver Alexander McKee, in conjunction with the British Sub-Aqua Club, initiated a project called ‘Solent Ships’. While on paper this was a plan to examine a number of known wrecks in the Solent, what McKee really hoped for was to find the Mary Rose” initiated = launched.
6. B exploration, stopped paragraph 3, lines 13-14 “…. …Deane continued diving on the site intermittently until 1840,The Mary Rose then faded into obscurity for another hundred years.” This means that in 1840, Deane‟s exploration of the Mary Rose site stopped.” So, this means Deane stopped his exploration in 1840.
7. G agreed, the hull, should be raised paragraph 5, lines 17-21 While the original aim was to raise the hull if at all feasible, the operation was not given the go-ahead until January 1982, when all the necessary information was available
8. A found by chance paragraph no. 3. line 1-4 Then, on 16 June 1836, some fishermen in the Solent found that their equipment was caught on an underwater obstruction, which turned out to be the Mary Rose. “Turned out to be marry rose= by chance”
9. (lifting) frame attached, by wires Last Paragraph, lines 6-7 The hull was attached to a lifting frame via a network of bolts and lifting wires
10. hydraulic jacks prevent, sucked into mud Last Para, lines 8-10 The problem of the hull being sucked back downwards into the mud was overcome by using 12 hydraulic jacks
11. stabbing guides legs, placed into Last para, lines 22-24 This required precise positioning to locate the legs into the ‘stabbing guides’ of the lifting cradle
12. (lifting) cradle hull, lowered into Last para, lines 18-21 In this stage, the lifting frame was fixed to a hook attached to a crane, and the hull was lifted completely clear of the seabed and transferred underwater into the lifting cradle
13. air bags used as, extra protection Last para, lines 3-4 The lifting cradle was designed to fit the hull using archaeological survey drawings, and was fitted with airbags to provide additional cushioning for the hull’s delicate timber framework

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