For the purpose of the description of the castle itself, the whole may be considered as composed of five parts, each of which will be further subdivided. These parts are:—
I.—The Grand Front. II.—The Horn-work. III.—The Redoubt. IV.—The Middle Ward. V.—The Inner Ward.
- Mediæval Military Architecture in England
By George Thomas Clark
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- Tuesday 12 January 2021
- architecture, England, Middle Ages