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Castles in the Middle Ages

Castles in the Middle Ages


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This week Danièle talks about castles: what they were like, what they were for, and where we get some of the everyday words we use to describe them.

Some of the terms described in this episode include motte and bailey, keep (donjon), crenellation, concentric walls, trebuchets, undermining, drawbridges, murder holes, oubliette, Great Hall and trestle tables.

Here are some of the castles talked about in this episode:

Clifford’s Tower

The White Tower

Rochester Castle

Stirling Castle

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Top Image: Conwy Castle in Wales. Photo by Mark Walker / Flickr


Watch the video: The Castle Builders: Masters u0026 Masons - How Medieval Castles Were Built. Free Documentary History (July 2022).


Comments:

  1. Zulkilkis

    Didn't try to search google.com?

  2. Boadhagh

    This phrase is simply incomparable)

  3. Nezahualcoyotl

    At least a couple of people with understanding were found

  4. Akinolar

    The topic under discussion is close to me! It's even sad somehow :(

  5. Mundhir

    You, work, do not be afraid of us, we will not touch you. The best way to get rid of temptation is to succumb to it ... Do not dig another hole yourself. The limitedness of narrow-minded people is copied by the unlimited number of them! Only eggs can be steeper than mountains. Everything should be in a person. (Pathologist)



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