From 1066 to the Wars of the Roses, castles represented power in the British Isles

Brown, Martin
October 2004
Military History;Oct2004, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p16
Discusses the benefits and purposes of castles in the British Isles. History of the castles; Background on the reign of Edward I, King of England, in 1274; Effects of the Black Death.


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