CBS Evening News for Friday, May 31, 2013
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(Portsmouth, England: Mark Phillips) The exhibit in Portsmouth, England of the salvaged remains of Henry VIII’s favorite warship, the Mary Rose, which sank while fighting off a French invasion in 1545, reviewed; scenes shown of the fanfare, the artifacts in the museum. [Historian David STARKEY- jokes about Henry keeping the ship longer than his wives; says it was a whole world preserved intact.]
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