Results for: Castle

In Middle Ages

What is a castle?

\n. \nA castle is a place of royalty and in medevil times it was used as a place to defend your town. E.g motte and baily castle
In England

How do you get in the castle?

First, wait until there's a special occasion coming. Disguise yourself as 1 of the people that is going to the occasion. Voila. You're in.
In Castles

Where were castles?

castles were normally built on cliffs so they can only be attacked from 1 side, on mountains so they can see their enemies approaching and near bodies of water like right in f ( Full Answer )
In Castles

What do castles do?

Seeing as they are big stone buildings, they protect the inhabitants, namely the lord of the castle and his family. From the castle the lord can supervise his lands and collec ( Full Answer )
In Politics and Government

What was a castle?

Castles were large stone forts build in Europe from about 1000 AD to around 1400 AD. The oldest castle in Britain is the tower of London built sometime after the Norman invasi ( Full Answer )
In Castles

Why do you have castles?

because they were built in the middle ages and most of them are in good conditions
In Castles

Who had castles?

Nobles and Lords owned castles. They held residence to pets, princes, queens, clergyman, monks, cooks and workers.
In Castles

What did they do in a castle?

castle are made for war time and were used as head base center of military in ancient time. In castle it is believed that king and his relative remain safe and all the plans w ( Full Answer )
In Television and Video

What is CASTLE about?

It's a crime drama/comedy/romance show that focuses more on the relationship of characters more than crime procedures. It's a really fun show to watch and I don't really like ( Full Answer )
In Chess

How can you Castle?

In chess, 'castling' is a move involving the rook and king, in a semi-switching motion. You can castle if there are no pieces in between the rook and the king, and if neither ( Full Answer )