Lewes Castle :: Shared Description

Lewes Castle was built in 1069 by William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey, the brother-in-law of William the Conqueror.

The first fortification on the site was a wooden keep, later converted to stone. It is unusual for a motte and bailey construction in that it has two mottes. LinkExternal link
by Paul Gillett
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15 images use this description:

TQ4110 : View from Lewes Castle by PAUL FARMER
TQ4110 : View from Lewes Castle by PAUL FARMER
TQ4109 : View from Lewes Castle toward the Priory by PAUL FARMER
TQ4110 : View from Lewes Castle by PAUL FARMER
TQ4110 : Lewes Castle by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Barbican Tower, Lewes Castle by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Lewes Castle: Barbican by Stephen Craven
TQ4110 : Brack Mount, Lewes by PAUL FARMER
TQ4109 : Lewes Skyline by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Norman Gatehouse and The Barbican, Lewes Castle by PAUL FARMER
TQ4110 : Lewes Castle Barbican House by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Green near top of Lewes Castle by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Barbican gatehouse & tower by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : Lewes Castle Keep by Paul Gillett
TQ4110 : The Keep at Lewes Castle by PAUL FARMER


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Created: Sun, 29 Apr 2012, Updated: Mon, 26 Nov 2012

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