stone and wood
they were made from stone and wood or earth and timber
Yes! There were many castles, most being made out of stone.
originally wood but then they went to stone.
Medieval castles were built out of stone, mortar, and wood.
Concentric castles were made out of stone, wood, bricks, and glass. Motte and bailey castles however, is made of just wood.
Medieval castles evolved because the old Motte and Bailey castles where easier to set alight and where not very strong, so they made stone castles to improve defence.
Medieval castles were built for protection and not for comfort. The first castles were built using wood but, were found to burn easily. Stone was then used in replacement of wood.
Castles were once made of wood but that burnt down easily, so over the years it was built by stone
mote and bailey castles and stone keep castles and Concentric Castles
Mostly stone (particularly limestone) but occasionally wood.
This is because the keep itself is made out of Stone. they were built in medieval times.
castles were made in the medieval time
Castles in Europe were made out of many different materials depending on what type of castle it is. For example, Motte and Bailey Castles would have been built out of wood and Stone Castles would (and still are) made out of stone because it is stronger and more sturdy.
No, all castles are different in some way. These are the different types of castles: * Motte and Bailey castles (made out of wood) * Stone keep castles or just stone castles (made out of stone) * Concentric castles (also made out of stone)
yes, stone keep castles were built in the medival times/ middle ages
Medieval castles were usually made of stone, often held together with mortar. Some castles were made of wood, and earth was also used in the construction of some castle defenses and walls.
Shell keep castles are medieval fortresses that are usually built upon a motte. They are made from stone. Some examples of stone keep castles include the Round Tower on Windsor Castle and the Clifford's Tower on York Castle.
Most castles were usually made of stone and metal, so the usual colors were gray, black, and white.
Stone Keep Castles are made out of stone (the answers in the name really!).
This depends on what type of castle your referring to. In the Norman times, there were two different types of castles built. There were Motte and Bailey castles and Stone keep castles (Stone castles). The Motte and Bailey castles were made out of wood and the Stone keep castles were made out of stone (obviously).
they are made out of stone
The oldest medieval castles were made in the 9th century AD. They were made until the end of the middle ages.
All castles that exist today are made from stone because stone lasts for a long time. In total there were three types of castles: Stone Keep castles (Stone castles), Motte and Bailey castles and Concentric castles. The Stone Keep castles were made out of stone along with the Concentric Castles and still stand to this day as great monuments. The Motte and Bailey castles, however were made out of wood and have all rotted away to leave none left standing today.