- Grid coordinates :
- J 23
- Copyright :
- Damien Sanders © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Ratline knot tied in a shroud from the foremast of the Dauphine. (Réf. : Nat2236_7)
- Grid coordinates :
- Y 20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Treble block from the Aimable Grenot. (Réf. : Nat2517_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- Y 20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Single block with its rope strop still attached. (Réf. : Nat 2547)
- Grid coordinates :
- H25
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Single block with its rope strop still attached. (Réf. : Nat 1149)
- Grid coordinates :
- J19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Lignum vitae block sheave with oysters attached. (Ref. : Nat 2012)
- Grid coordinates :
- C18
- Copyright :
- Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Parral collar found in the fore section of the Aimable Grenot. (Ref : F-001_Racage studio)
- Grid coordinates :
- H25
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Single block with strop. (Ref. : Nat 1149)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Deadeye before and after restoration by the Arc’Antique laboratory. (Ref. : Nat_1366)
- Grid coordinates :
- J21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Woven hemp fender from the Dauphine. (Ref. : Nat 2056)
- Grid coordinates :
- J23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Hemp braid rolled around itself.
- Grid coordinates :
- Y19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Section of a hawser that has been wormed, parcelled, served and hemmed with leather. (Ref. : Nat 2407 et 2187)
- Grid coordinates :
- J23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Scored fairlead attached to the shroud of the Dauphine's foremast. (Ref. : Nat 2217_2)
- Grid coordinates :
- H21
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Drawing of the Dauphine's waist-anchor (1704).
- Grid coordinates :
- H13
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Repair to a mizzenmast shroud from the Aimable Grenot. (Ref. : Nat2941_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- Y19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Small ball of spunyarn used for repairs to the rigging and for daily shipboard tasks, particularly for making rombowline. (Ref. : Nat2970_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- J21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Anchor cable for the Dauphine (1704).
- Grid coordinates :
- H21
- Copyright :
- © Arc-Nucléart
- Caption :
- Study of a wooden tub prior to restoration by the Arc-Nucléart laboratory. (Ref.: NAT 1783)
- Grid coordinates :
- H21
- Copyright :
- © Arc-Nucléart
- Caption :
- Assembly and restoration of a wooden tub by Nébia Boumlil of the Arc-Nucléart laboratory. (Ref. : NAT 1783)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Knife (Nat 1355) after restoration by the Arc’Antique laboratory. (Ref. : Nat 1355)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Knife with bone handle (Nat 1355) as it was found on the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1355)
- Grid coordinates :
- C18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Lead box (Nat 861) after restoration by the Arc'Antique laboratory. (Ref. : Nat 0861)
- Grid coordinates :
- G14
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Copper alloy shoe buckle found on the Aimable Grenot (1749). (Ref. : Nat 2945_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- I22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Shoe discovered aboard the Dauphine (1704) prior to treatment. (Ref. : Nat 1182)
- Grid coordinates :
- I22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Shoe discovered aboard the Dauphine (1704) after treatment. (Ref. : Nat 1182)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Claire Touzel © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Drawing of a cannoneer's rule discovered aboard the Dauphine (1704). Dimensions: L. 15.4cm, H. 5.7cm, Thickness 0.7cm. (Ref. : Nat 1265)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Detail of cannoneer's rule discovered aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : nat1265)
- Grid coordinates :
- I24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cannonball after treatment. (Ref. : Nat1422)
- Grid coordinates :
- H20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Linstock. (Ref. : Nat 1605)
- Grid coordinates :
- I22
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Drawing of a cannon found on the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1380)
- Grid coordinates :
- G14
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Quoin Nat 2928. (Ref. : Nat 2928)
- Grid coordinates :
- K19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Spoon. (Cliché : Nat 2242)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Fragment of a cannon sponge handle. (Ref. : Nat 1553)
- Grid coordinates :
- H19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Rammer head. (Ref. : Nat 1780)
- Grid coordinates :
- G23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Gun-carriage wheel. (Nat1276)
- Grid coordinates :
- I22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Hemp wad found in the charge of a cannon. (Nat 2508)
- Grid coordinates :
- K17
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC/DRASSM
- Caption :
- Ammunition pouch (Nat 2175), complete with lead ball, found aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Nat 2175_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- G13
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Grenade from the Aimable Grenot (1749). (Ref. : Nat 3002)
- Grid coordinates :
- J17
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Grenades from the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2013)
- Grid coordinates :
- G24
- Copyright :
- Centre hospitalier de Saint-Malo / Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Sabre found aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1474)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- English blunderbuss discovered on the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2072)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- English blunderbuss discovered on the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2074_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Marking on an English blunderbuss discovered on the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2074)
- Grid coordinates :
- J22
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Drawing of a cast-iron cannon (Nat 1810) from the Dauphine (trunnions inscribed with SG). (Ref. : Nat-1810)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Drawing of a cast-iron cannon (Nat 440) from the Dauphine (trunnions inscribed with 694 OE). (Ref. : Nat-440)
- Grid coordinates :
- I21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cast-iron swivel gun from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 359)
- Grid coordinates :
- J20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Pin case from the wreck of the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2140)
- Grid coordinates :
- K16
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Slate from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2284)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Glass inkwell from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2091)
- Grid coordinates :
- K15
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Sealing wax from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2287 et 2314)
- Grid coordinates :
- J16
- Copyright :
- © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Sealing wax from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 2287 et 2314)
- Grid coordinates :
- C18
- Copyright :
- Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Two cooper's compasses from the fore section of the Aimable Grenot (1749). (Ref. : Nat 0835 et 0915)
- Grid coordinates :
- I24
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Beech wood marlingspike from the Dauphine (1704). The discovery of several of these aboard ship, each with its own distinctive markings, shows that they were probably owned by individual crew members. (Ref. : Nat 0522)
- Grid coordinates :
- I24
- Copyright :
- Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Beech wood marlingspike from the Dauphine (1704). The discovery of several of these aboard ship, each with its own distinctive markings, shows that they were probably owned by individual crew members. (Ref. : Nat 0522)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Laurent Gubellini © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Tar scraper as it was discovered, in 1999, inside a terracotta basin aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 0251)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Underwater view of a pitch-mop from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1653)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Gimlet handle bearing the initials WD, no doubt the initials of its owner. The two wrecks contained no fewer than seven such handles, proof of how useful they were aboard ship. (Ref. : Nat 2214_4)
- Grid coordinates :
- J23
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Augur from the Dauphine (1704). This augur, 75cm long, is fitted with a 2.7-cm-wide spoon bit (about an inch). (Ref. : Nat 1684)
- Grid coordinates :
- G22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Jacob's staff at the time of its discovery aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1064)
- Grid coordinates :
- G22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Detail of Jacob's staff. (Ref. : Nat 1064)
- Grid coordinates :
- G23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Davis quadrant from the Dauphine (1704). Close-up of gradations. (Ref. : Nat 1547)
- Grid coordinates :
- G23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Davis quadrant from the Dauphine (1704). Detail of the three fleurs de lys indicating that is was a royal instrument. (Ref. : Nat 1547)
- Grid coordinates :
- G23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Davis quadrant (Nat 1547), used to determine latitude, as it was discovered in the fore of the Dauphine.
- Grid coordinates :
- G23
- Copyright :
- Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Reconstruction drawing of the Davis quadrant.
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Hyoid bones from pigs and cows, found aboard the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : nat 1694_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- H21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cleaning a wooden object, identified as the handled cover of a bidon from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1883)
- Grid coordinates :
- H21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Rammer. (Cliché : Nat 1822)
- Grid coordinates :
- J18
- Copyright :
- T . Boyer, d’après R. Barone
- Caption :
- Reconstruction drawing of cow bones found in a barrel. (Ref. : Nat 1956)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Larding-needle, wreck of the Dauphine (1704). Four such utensils were found aboard the wreck; they were used to insert bits of lard beneath the skin of pieces of meat prior to roasting them. (Ref. : Nat 1651)
- Grid coordinates :
- A19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Barrel stave, wreck of the Aimable Grenot (1749). This stave is engraved with the word "BEVRE", which no doubt should be read "BEURE", or butter. It was found at the very fore end of the ship, and perhaps indicates the existence of a barrel of butter, no doubt brought aboard for cooking purposes. (Ref. : Nat 2709)
- Grid coordinates :
- Z18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Base of a barrel, found at the very fore end of the Aimable Grenot (1749). The inscription "LYME" perhaps refers to the fact that it once held lemons. (Ref. : Nat 2727)
- Grid coordinates :
- III
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Tin tobacco box, complete with press, discovered aboard the Aimable Grenot (1749). (Ref. : Nat0006,0021 et 0070)
- Grid coordinates :
- I22
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Pipe and its pistol-shaped holder from the Dauphine (1704). The pipe was deliberately shortened to fit the sculpted wooden holder – no doubt made by a member of the crew. Some three hundred years after its creation, it embodies almost symbolically two of the favourite activities of sailors the world over: smoking and whittling. (Ref. : Nat1158_2)
- Grid coordinates :
- E18
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Peg for a viola da gamba or a hurdy gurdy, made out of beech. (Ref. : Nat 2877)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Barrel stave end inscribed with the image of a ship. Wreck of the Dauphine. The engraving was probably done by one of the sailors aboard ship. (Ref. : Nat 1295)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Bowl made from a coconut that was recut and polished. The excavation of the Dauphine (1704) turned up a number of coconuts, probably brought back from long-haul voyages, which had been transformed by sailors by sailors into recipients. (Ref. : nat1408_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Two sheep metapodes displaying traces of polishing and sculpting. Wreck of the Dauphine (1704). Bones from the meat eaten by the crew provided, like wood, a perfect material for sculpting small objects. (Ref. : Nat 1695)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Whistle made from the shaft of a ruminant tibia that has been shortened and polished. The object was partially sealed by two wax plugs. When it was found, it was still in working condition. (Ref. : Nat 1393)
- Grid coordinates :
- H20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Shallow green-glazed plate with religious medallion, wreck of the Dauphine (1704). On the inside bottom one can see relief inscriptions: a letter H topped by a cross, surrounded by the letters DV.MOSNEMI.D. (Ref. : Nat 1943)
- Grid coordinates :
- D16
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Handled bowl, wreck of the Aimable Grenot (1749). Mass-produced in workshops in southwestern France, the distinctive feature of this lead-glazed bowl is a Christian cross moulded onto one of its handles. (Ref. : Nat 2424_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- B19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Tin feeding container, from the Aimable Grenot (1749). (Ref. : Nat 2610)
- Grid coordinates :
- H14
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Knife with a wooden handle and a curved iron blade, wreck of the Aimable Grenot (1749). This might be an amputation knife used by the ship's doctor. (Ref. : Nat 2944)
- Grid coordinates :
- H12
- Grid coordinates :
- C18
- Copyright :
- Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Spouted pitcher made of Normandy stoneware, wreck of the L'Aimable Grenot (1749). While sifting its contents, the team discovered several hundred plant seeds. They were analysed by Véronique Matterne (Inrap/Cravo, UMR 7041 Arscan) and were found to be from the Solanaceae family, most likely the Capsicum genus (which includes chili and bell peppers), originally from subtropical South America. (Ref. : Nat 854)
- Grid coordinates :
- H25
- Copyright :
- Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- TO Pipes from the Dauphine (1704). Clay pipes are a very common find on modern and contemporary shipwrecks, to the point where they can be used as dating tools, since they have a very short lifespan. The initials "TO", found on five pipes from the Dauphine (1704), could be those of the master pipe-maker Thomas Owen, who was active in Bristol between 1698 and 1725. (Ref. : Nat 120 et 326)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Mandible, humerus fragments and a vertebra from a black rat, from the Dauphine (1704). (Ref. : Nat 1696)
- Grid coordinates :
- H25
- Copyright :
- Dessin Marie-Noëlle Baudrand (Adramar), photo Frédéric Osada (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Bones from a macaque that were discovered in the kitchen area of the Dauphine (1704). This young Barbary Macaque (Macaca sylvanus) was the only known victim of the shipwreck. It was less than six months old. (Ref. : Nat122)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Tobacco grater in the shape of a boat, found aboard the Dauphine (1704). Carved from a barrel stave, this small object, whose grater has disappeared, probably belonged to one of the crew members. (Ref. : Nat 1382)
- Grid coordinates :
- K21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- External face of the cannon port discovered along the starboard flank of the Dauphine. (Ref. : Nat 2040_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Assembled elements from a cannon port from the Dauphine. (Ref. : nat 1660_6)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Close-up view of the inscription IIIT engraved on the surface of the cannon port from the Dauphine. (Ref. : nat 1660_4)
- Grid coordinates :
- K20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- View of the external face of one of the three small oak panels found beneath the starboard flank of the Dauphine, and used to close off the rowing ports. (Ref. : Nat 2011_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- K20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- View of the external face of one of the three small oak panels found beneath the starboard flank of the Dauphine, and used to close off the rowing ports. The remains of an iron hook can still be seen in the concretion. (Ref. : Nat 2011_7)
- Grid coordinates :
- I20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- he bilge-pump tube removed from the wreck of the Dauphine. (Ref. : Nat 2219_1)
- Grid coordinates :
- Y19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- The sculpted element, found in 2007, has been identified as a fragment of a three-cornered hat, which was immediately associated with the ship's figurehead, which we know thanks to a fortuitous mention in the archives. This find led to another round of archaeological prospecting around the wreck. Unfortunately, the effigy of Charles Grenot was not located during the 2008 campaign. It is very likely, since the archives make no mention of the figurehead being recovered, that it is still beneath the sands of La Natière, not far from the wreck, or just beneath it. (Ref. : Nat 2860_13)
- Grid coordinates :
- E16
- Copyright :
- Frédéric OSADA (Images Explorations) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Moving the ballast stones of the Aimable Grenot. (Picture: 2001-2-24-17A)
- Grid coordinates :
- H20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Tin clyster with a wooden knob, from the Dauphine (1704). (Picture: Nat 1578 et 1579)
- Grid coordinates :
- E17
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cannon (Nat 2533) from the Aimable Grenot (1749). (NAT07_SM0278)
- Grid coordinates :
- K20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cannon (Nat 1812) from the Dauphine (1704). (NAT05_SM0247)
- Grid coordinates :
- E17
- Copyright :
- © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cannon (Nat 2533) from the Aimable Grenot (1749). (NAT07_SM0313)
- Grid coordinates :
- I21
- Copyright :
- Denis Metzger © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Swivel-gun (Nat 359) from the Dauphine (1704). (NAT99_SM027
- Grid coordinates :
- J20
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Euphroe carved out of a piece of stave-wood, from the Dauphine (1704). (Nat 1184)
- Grid coordinates :
- I21
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Photo of a copper alloy candlestick found aboard the Dauphine (1704). It measures 12.8cm high, and has a square base into whose corners are cut small oblique faces. Decorative moulding has been added to the candle-ring. (Nat 1450)
- Grid coordinates :
- B19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Copper alloy candlestick found placed on a tin plate on the Aimable Grenot (1749). It is 21cm tall and has a nearly octagonal base. (Nat 943)
- Grid coordinates :
- G13
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- White faience ointment pot, wreck of the Aimable Grenot (1749). It is comparable to pieces made in Rouen. It was used to hold medicine aboard ship. (Nat 0584)
- Grid coordinates :
- I24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Stoneware pitcher from the Dauphine (1704). (Nat 0112)
- Grid coordinates :
- H25
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Bones of young macaque discovered in 1999 in the fore section of the Dauphine (1704). (Nat 0122)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Belaying-pin. (Nat 0151)
- Grid coordinates :
- I23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Furring (Ref. : Nat 639)
- Grid coordinates :
- Z17
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Capstan. (Ref. : Nat 2769)
- Grid coordinates :
- F13
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Dead-eye. (Ref. : Nat 2919)
- Grid coordinates :
- H24
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Knee. Curved- right-angle piece of wood used to connect or strengthen certain parts of a ship. (Ref. : nat 1209)
- Grid coordinates :
- Y19
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin (Adramar) © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Euphroe. (Ref. : Nat 2404)
- Grid coordinates :
- H23
- Copyright :
- Teddy Seguin © MCC / DRASSM
- Caption :
- Cask. (Ref. : Nat 0109)