What type of castle is Warwick Castle?
Warwick castle was first built as a wooden motte-and-bailey castle (a castle built on a mound with a moat/dictch around it)
It was rebuilt a century after as a stone castle.
The castle was an motte and bailey castle to protect the English from the war.
Warwick Castle become a stone castle in 1260 AD.
warwick castle is built in the city of warwick
Warwick Castle is made from Stone.
There is: Windsor Castle Warwick Castle The Castle of London
warwick castle has 300 dungeons
The Warwick castle was featured in a movie
The Warwick Castle is a medieval castle that was built in 1608 in Warwickshire, England by William the Conqueror.
The Warwick Castle was built in 1068 by William the Conqueror.
No. I was in the dungeon of Warwick castle and it was not in ruins.
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle in Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire, England. The History of the site of Warwick Castle covers hundreds of years and many different reigns. In 1642 Civil war broke out between King and parliament and Warwick Castle successfully withstands a siege by Royalist troops.
The Warwick Castle was an motte and bailey castle to protect the English from the war
The Warwick Castle was originally built as a Motte and Bailey castle, by William the Conqueror, but was changed to a stone castle in the 12th century. It was originally used as a fortification, but is now used to hold prisoners. The Warwick Castle was built in 1068.
William the Conqueror built the Warwick Castle. He was the architect of the whole castle. The caste was first started in 1068.
Warwick Castle in Warwick, Warwickshire, England is the tallest known castle in the world. It measures a height of 128 feet.
914 people have visited warwick castle
Warwick castle is located in Warwick UK To confuse matters Leeds castle is actually located in the county of Kent between the towns of Maidstone and Ashford.
Warwick Castle was begun in 1068 and has been there ever since.
Warwick castle is considered to be in the top three castles in England.
The Warwick Castle was built in the year 1068. The Warwick Castle was built to help William the Conqueror keep control of the midland area as he advanced. The first church was founded in the castle in 1119.
Warwick Castle is a castle built in medieval times by William the Conqueror. It is located in Warwickshire, England. It is 128 feet tall.
'Cos otherwise people would wonder why it was called Warwick castle
warwick castle was built around the medieval times 1068 AD to be esact.
well; Warwick castle is amazing and everything about it is beautiful and the feautures are good!
Some people say there is a ghost at Warwick Castle. Some people do not believe in ghosts, and say the ghosts at Warwick Castle should stop confusing people. There is a link below.
the warwick caslte has a moat - this is a man made type of river that prevents enemies form just walking into the castle and attacking. another feature is a drawbridge - it is worked by workers in the castle and they pull the bridge up when enemies are invading.
warwick castle was first made out of wood then it was rebuilt out of stone :) posted by zak.g
Visit Warwick Castle through the related link to learn about its history.
* Arundel Castle - Arundel, West Sussex * Pembroke Castle - Pembroke, Pembrokeshire * Windsor Castle - Windsor, West London * Warwick Castle - in Warwick * and Helmsley Castle - er, in Helmsley, Yorkshire
square stone keep castle
Warwick Castle is not owned by the National Trust. It was sold by the Earl of Warwick to the Tussauds Group in 1978.
No, Warwick Castle never became a concentric castle. Warwick Castle, located in the county town of Warwick in Warwickshire is in a location that isn't geographically prone to attack and therefore wasn't altered. Concentric castles were very expensive to build and would only be found in strategic locations. Warwick Castle is not near the coast of England or border with Wales. The process of updating it was delayed. After a Motte and Bailey it was… Read More
Warwick Castle facts: On the south coast is the River- Avon. It is a castle developed by William the conqueror. It was built in 1068. It's address is, Warwick Castle, Warwick CV 34 4QU. It has 300 dungeons. It was built to protect the Normans from the Saxons who wanted revenge on William because he killed there king.
Henry VIII and his wives lived at Warwick Castle, he actually made refurbishments to the castle like fixing the kitchen roof
the person who owns warwick castle is maddam tussaides wax museum! (ive spelt it wrong)
Warwick Castle (England) Windsor Castle (England) Carnarvon castle (Wales) Harlech castle (Wales) Pembroke Castle (Wales)
There are many Stone Keep castles. These include: * Warwick Castle * Windsor Castle * Lincoln Castle * Nottingham Castle * Anlwick Castle
Why is the bullet hole in the armor at Warwick Castle foreshadowing? (A xinnecticut Yankee: in King Authur's court) Why is the bullet hole in the armor at Warwick Castle foreshadowing? (A xinnecticut Yankee: in King Authur's court)
Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle in Warwick, the county town of Warickshier, England. It sits on a bend on the River Avon. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 within or adjacent to the Anglo Saxon of Warwick. It was used as a fortification until the early 17th century, when Sir Fluke Greville converted it to a county hill. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick… Read More
It took 10 years to build a Castle
it was changed into a stone keep castle in 1260 :)
It is in Warwick. That is why it is called what it is called. Warwick is the place name.
Warrick Castle was built to protect a hilltop settlement in the town called Warwick. The castle was built in 914.
The person who lived in Warwick Castle at first was William the Conqueror. (He was the one who built the castle in 1068). In the early 17th century, sir Fluke Greville converted the castle from fortification to a county hill. it was owned by the Greville family who lived there from 1759 to 1978.
Warwick Castle is not for sale and can never be sold. It belongs to the public. If it was for sale, it would cost you around Â£12,000,000 (12 million).
Why did william the conqueror build warwickshire castle?
None, only lord have lived in warick castle