What was the first castle's name?
The first castle ever built is unknown. The first recorded castle is called Doue-la-Fontaine in Loire Valley in northern France. Doue-la-Fontaine may have been the first castle ever built but, as said before, it is uncertain.
the first kind of castles were moat and bailey castles.
the first castles were built in aroundAD900.
The first castles ever built were in sri lanka.
what were the first castles made from?
motte and bailey castles were the first castles built by william and later stone castles came around they were first rectangular but then were made circular which was better defence. e.t.c. ;-)
Castles were built out of stones or bricks.
Castles were first built in 1066, this was mainly due to the battle of hastings
by the 1100s castles were made out of stone.
king william built Motte and Bailey castles and also stone keep castles
Well the first castles were structures of a tower on a high floor. Then they came up with fancier castes that were used for king and queens. The first castles were like forts.
The first castle were a defencestructure or a fortress. Monarch (royalty) or nobles were the usual residents of these castles.
Crystal Castles ( II )
Stone Keep Castles are made out of stone (the answers in the name really!).
motte and bailey castles were the first type of castles made so they were made out of wood and then later on made of stronger material
Yes!Motte and Bailey Castles were the First ever made Castles in the Medieval Times by William the Conqueror.
Square keep castles (or stone keep castles) were made out of stone; you can probably tell from the name! Hope this helps.
One of the oldest castles is in France built in 950 for defense against the Vikings.
The foundations of the castles were dug much, much deeper than they first were.
Motte and Bailey castles were replaced by shell keeps and square towers. They were also replaced by concentric castles. The concentric castles were originally Motte and Bailey castles, but only some of the Motte and Baileys got to become them. Some of the first Motte and Bailey castles to be turned into concentric castles are Rochester castle and Warwick castle. They were cool
The Normans introduced the first proper castles, starting with the wooden Motte and Bailey castles to England following their victory at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
One of the first, was a motte and bailey
In 1066 castles were attacked by weapons such as swords and bow and arrows. Whilst your here... William the Conqueror was king at the time. Motte and Bailey castles were the first castles. Thank you for reading, I hoped this helped! -Izzy.G.G
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.
King William I (William the conqueror) first introduced castles into Britain in the form of Motte and Bailey castles after he first took over the Country in 1066. King William I needed some castles that could be built quickly and cheaply after in the war in order to stop rebellions. Motte and Bailey castles were ideal as they were made out of wood which were both cheap and quick to build.
Stone Keep castles (Stone castles) are quite a few centuries old. They were built in the 11th century by King William I (William the conqueror) not long after he took over Britain after the battle of hastings. Stone castles however, weren't the first castles William built in Britain. He first built Motte and Bailey castles. The reasons for this were that they were cheap and easy to build as they were made out of wood… Read More
Motte and Bailey castles were first built in 1066 by King William I (William the Conqueror) in England after the battle of hastings.
The Normans were the first to build motte and bailey castles. Their first castle built was at Mont Glonme on the river Loire in France, 990.
Castles were first built in 1000's IN EUROPE. They were built before that in other continents, in Asia the were being built in 300 BC
Yes most castles are named in some way, often by the name of the nearest town or geographical feature.
The answer is NO because my best friend's cat's name is Princess and it does not live in castles! :) Thanks for Reading BYE!
The castles were named after the people who owned them or the name of the place where they were bulit. Each borough was defended by its castle and so the castle took the name of the place.
in the middle ages
wood and stones
William the Conqueror built the first wooden ones but kings after him also built their own castles.
William the Conqueror first built stone keep castles to show that he is not scared of the British
Stone or square keep castles were first built in Medieval England by William the Conqueror. Stone keep castles were the natural extension of motte and bailey castles. Motte and bailey castles were only temporary features (though many mottes exist to the day) while stone keep castles were built to last
the first types of castles built were wooden castles but they changed it to stone because the enemies could put fire on the wooden one by:medi
According to the link below there are 400 Castles in Wales (I won't name them here). Check out the link. there are 600 in wales
Early castles were made of wood, and were built on small hills. Later castles were usually made of stone, though when a castle was needed quickly it might still be made of wood, and some castles were made of brick.
Castles built by King William where built to stop the amount of rebellions that they where having. The first version of castles that he built where motte and bailey castles (made out of wood). This worked. He built many of them around the country and forced people by fright to do what he told them to. Soon, he changed some of the castles to concentric castles (made out of stone). These didn't catch on fire… Read More
Castles were built in England during the Middle Ages and the first ones were built in the 11th century. Most of the Castles remaining in England are dated between the 13th and 15th centuries.
built as protection for invaders
The Normans were the first to build motte and bailey castles. Their first castle built was at Mont Glonme on the river Loire in France, 990. I hope this helps :D
The origins of castles are really not known, except that they first appeared in the general area of France during the 9th or 10th century. Châteaux Doué-la-Fontaine is considered the oldest, but probably not the first. There is a link below.
The first type of castle was a motte and bailey castle.
willam the great built the first stone castle
king edward built the first concentric castle
the first medievil castles were called motte and bailey they were two hills one taller than the other the taller one with the keep on it the smaller one with the soldiers homes
The first stone castles or fortifications, were built in Medieval England while William the Conqueror ruled. They were not built by Africans but by English peasants.