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
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 this day) while stone keep castles were built to last. (this was copyed and pasted off the website below.) Go to www.historylearningsite.co.uk/stone_keep_castles.htm for more information.
Stone keep castles were built in 11th - 13th centuries.
yes, stone keep castles were built in the medival times/ middle ages
They were built with stone and in square shapes lolololololl
The period in time when the Stone Keep Castles (Stone Castles) were built was the Middle Ages. This is because the Middle Ages started in the year 476 and finished in 1453. The Stone Keep Castles were built in the 11th century in about the 60s and 70s. They were replacements for some of the Motte and Bailey castles that were built in 1066 just after the Battle of Hastings by King William I (William… Read More
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
Stone casles were built in the 20 th centry
king william built Motte and Bailey castles and also stone keep castles
from 1055 in Britan
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).
Stone keep castles were first built in Medieval England by William the Conqueror. Stone allowed the castles to be build higher than previous wooden castles. This gave them the great advantage of visibility, allowing defenders to see enemies coming from a great distance.
There were two types motte and bailey castles or stone keep castles.
King William the I (William the conqueror) didn't build all his castles out of stone. In fact, most of the castles he built were made out of wood. These wooden castles were called Motte and Bailey castles. The castles that hedid build out of stone were called Stone Keep Castles (Stone Castles). King William built the Stone Keep Castles out of stone because stone is stronger than wood, doesn't rot within a few years and… Read More
This is because the keep itself is made out of Stone. they were built in medieval times.
In 1066 by the Normans
It was built in the 12th century by William the conquerer. They were built to replace motte and bailey castles, as they were easy to destroy, because they were built out of wood. However, the stone keep were made out of stone, and so they were hard to defeat!!
No, concentric castles were built after stone keep castles.
stone keep castles were built on large steep hills hope this helps xxx
why did England change to having stone keep castles
Motte and Bailey castles were built in the 11th century just after King William I (Willilam the conqueror) first took over Britain in 1066. Motte and Bailey castles were made out of wood. They were mainley built because they were cheap and light so they were easy to build. They were later replaced by Stone keep castles (Stone castles) because Stone castles were stronger, wouldn't rot within a few years, wouldn't burn etc...
Square keep castles were made out of stone. See the link for Norman castles: (See Related Links)
In the mid Dark Ages. They upgraded from wood.
because they would sink in the motte
it was built by lots of soilders and men carring stone and geting animal ect and they built it
To replace Motte and bailey castles. Motte and Bailey castles were wood castles built on a man made mound of earth (motte) with a section around the motte for the staff to live in (the bailey). Motte and bailey castles were only temporary and they were quick to build. They weren't very good in defence because they could burn - they were made of wood. Stone keep castles took months, maybe even years, to build… Read More
They were built because the stone used was stronger than wood and was hard to destruct
A stone keep refers to a castle that is built of stone. Using stone allows for castles to be build higher than with wood and also prevented against fire.
Stone Keep Castles are made out of stone (the answers in the name really!).
they built round keep castles because they did
Motte and Bailey castles were first built of wood but, as they evolved they changed into being made of stone. This was because the wooden version burnt down easily and was easily destroyed as wood rotted quickly. The stone castles were then called square keep castles.There was also castles called stone keeps
Stone keep castles were built because it wasn't going to burn or rot like Motte and Bailey castles would. Also, it would keep it the castle standing for a long amount of time.Because the Motte and Bailey castles would just burn the stone keep castles were a brilliant idea. They lasted longer, they were better defence though the only down side was that they took a lot longer to build. The wooden Motte and Bailey… Read More
Click on the related links below named "Stone keep castles" and "More Stone keep castles" for some interesting graphics.
Yes, there are many different types of castles. There are motte and bailey castles, concentric castles and stone keep castles. They were built all over England by King William in the 11th and 12th century.
Concentric castles were built for better protection against the enemy. They were normal stone keep castles with lots of walls around them so it was harder for the enemy to break in.
They had big strong castles that were built for battle. They had different types of castles: The Motte and Bailey, The concentric castle, The gun platform, The Square Stone keep
A square keep castle is square but in the corners they have towers for extra strength it is sometimes surrounded by water and has a big way to get in (that opens and closes) :) 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… Read More
Square keep castles were mainly built far from villages
Yes they are
Square keep castles (or stone keep castles) were made out of stone; you can probably tell from the name! Hope this helps.
Stone Keep castles were used to prevent enemies from shooting at them with their high towers.
A stone keep castle is a type of castle that is built using stone as opposed to wood. Using stone to build a castle made it stronger, allowed for building higher and prevented fires.
A stone keep castle is a large structure that, in the medieval times, protected the country from invaders. Also, stone keep castles were used to keep an eye on the citizens. All type of castles have many soldiers in them.
motte and bailey, stone keep castles and concentric castles
motte and bailey castles are made of wood and stone keep castles are made of stone
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)