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Items matching castles taken from English Homes Period III Vol. I, Late Tudor & Early Stuart (1558‒1649) (1922) (results page 1)

castles: A fortified defensive building or structure. Strictly speaking, a castle was also a home, whereas a fort was purely defensive, but I have used castle for any fortified place. A castle may also have had a dungeon or donjon, a sort of prison for offenders and captured soldiers.
Synonyms: fort , keep , garrison


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262.—Knole, Kent.
410.—Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire.
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