Seat of Ease

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Seat of Ease

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Title:  

Seat of Ease

Content Description: 

This rolled piece of funnel shaped metal that appears to be lead is 32.5 inches long and exhibits a flange at its wider opening. It has been identified as a waste tube that was fitted in the extreme stern of the vessel for officers' use. A similar device has been found on the Whydah (1717), Henrietta Marie (1700), and Dartmouth (1690) shipwrecks.

Physical Description: 

L: 32.5".

Identifier:
QAR623.000

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