Face of Mary Rose's bosun revealed

Forensic artist Richard Neave has reconstructed the face of the bosun of the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's flagship sunk over 400 years ago. The head was constructed from a skull recovered from the sunken ship and identified by the whistle found with his remains. (photo)

Historians theorize that it may have been the actions of the bosun which led to the sinking of the ship. The Mary Rose sank in the Solent in 1545, possibly when gunports were left open and swamped by ocean waves.