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If they ran out of tobacco they would take out the linings of their hats and chew them.
They are a strong contrast to the leather shoes which are regularly found in shipwreck contexts and are well-understood, e.g.If you have any clues, ideas or images of hats you would like to share with us, please contact us by commenting on this blog, on Twitter @HE_Maritime, or by e-mail at Stirling Castle [email protected] uk Thank you!Angela Middleton, Archaeological Conservator, Historic England, and Serena Cant, Marine Information Officer, Historic England.It is widely rumoured that James V would swap his riches for rags and sneak out of the castle to the old town of Stirling where he would mingle with his subjects posing as the guid man of Ballengeigh.Secret binary code was discovered on one of the Stirling Heads that turned out to be musical notes to a long lost requiem from the 16th Century.As an example of what we’re looking for, have a look at this engaging 18th century image and the caption we have written for it. The texture suggests it may be a felt hat, as was usual for hats of this period.The citizen science part of the project opens today, 1st August 2016, and will run until 31st August 2016.And this is where you come in: We have embarked on a project to study and investigate these two hats from various angles.We have chosen a multidisciplinary approach combining scientific investigations with art historical research as well as citizen science.realistic trees featured in the video are actually hollow!) and shows off her “teacup dance” moves in the video.