|Born||Margaret Helen Martin
27 September 1928
|Died||9 April 2015(aged 86)|
|Alma mater||University of London|
In March 1982 Margaret Rule visited Adelaide, South Australia, as the keynote speaker to the Second Southern Hemisphere Conference on Maritime Archaeology. During the Conference she visited the historic Murray River port of Morgan and dived with members of the Society for Underwater Historical Research (SUHR) on a project to record and recover items from the riverbed alongside the town's massive wharf.
- British Sub Aqua Club - 'Tributes paid to Dr Margaret Rule, lead archaeologist of the Mary Rose' Monday 13 April 2015
- Isabel Berwick, Financial Times - 'Margaret Rule, archaeologist, 1928-2015' Friday 17 April 2015
- Peter Marsden, The Guardian - 'Archaeologist responsible for raising the wreck of the Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s flagship, from the seabed' Thursday 16 April 2015
- Matthew Bannister, Last Word, BBC Radio 4 - 'Margaret Rule was the archaeologist who supervised the raising of Henry VIII's flagship, the Mary Rose from the seabed under the waters of the Solent' Friday 24th April 2015
- Rosemary E Lunn, X-Ray Magazine - 'Margaret Rule 1928 - 2015' Friday 29 April 2015
She was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire. In 1995, the National Maritime Museum awarded her its Caird Medal. In 2001 the University of Portsmouth named a new 342 bed student accommodation block Margaret Rule Hall after her. In 2008, she was awarded the Colin Mcleod Award for “Furthering international co-operation in diving” by the British Sub Aqua Club.
- Down, Alec; Rule, Margaret (1971). Chichester Excavations. Chichester, West Sussex: Chichester Civic Society Excavations Committee. ISBN 0950143804.
- Rule, Margaret (1974). Floor Mosaics in Roman Britain. London: Macmillan / Sussex Archaeological Trust. ISBN 0333148282.
- Rule, Margaret (1977). Fishbourne Roman Palace. Sussex: Sussex Archaeological Society.
- Rule, Margaret (1982). The Mary Rose: the Excavation and Raising of Henry VIII's Flagship. Leicester: Windward. ISBN 0711203164.
- Rule, Margaret; Monaghan, Jason (1993). A Gallo-Roman Trading Vessel from Guernsey: The Excavation and Recovery of a Third Century Shipwreck. Guernsey: Guernsey Museums & Galleries. ISBN 1871560039.
- Contributor to: May, Eric; Jones, Mark, eds. (2006). Conservation Science: Heritage Materials. Cambridge, UK: RSC Publishing. ISBN 0854046593.
- 'WORLD WHOS WHO OF WOMEN' 1992-93, Volume 11, Taylor & Francis (1992)
- "Mary Rose memories: Margaret Rule". BBC News. 29 May 2013. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
- Eaton, B (7 October 1982). "HMS Mary Rose – A Tudor treasure trove.". New Scientist 96: 8–11.
- Worman, Robin (5 October 2007). "Mary Rose memories". BBC Hampshire. Retrieved 30 May 2013.
- "Margaret Rule". The Times. 17 April 2015. Retrieved 19 April 2015.
- Marfleet, Brian, (2006), The Morgan Project: Volume 1 – Progress, Newsletter & Annual Reports (1977-1983), Port Adelaide, SA, Society for Underwater Historical Research, (ISBN 0 9588006 3 4), pp. 92 & 107. 
- Marfleet, Brian, (2006), The Morgan Project: Volume 2 – The Final Report (1989) , Port Adelaide, SA, Society for Underwater Historical Research, (ISBN 0 9588006 4 2), pp.32, 42, 45 & 52.
- "Mary Rose lead archaeologist Margaret Rule dies". BBC News. 11 April 2015. Retrieved 19 April 2015.
- "Colin Mcleod Award". British Sub Aqua Club. Retrieved 22 February 2013.
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