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Odiham Castle, 1200-1500

castle and community
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A. Sutton , Gloucester
Odiham Castle (England), Castles -- England -- Hampshire., England -- Civilization -- 1066-1485., North Warnborough (England) -- His

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England, North Warnborough (England), Hamps

StatementPatricia MacGregor ; edited and with additional material by Barry Stapleton.
ContributionsStapleton, Barry.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690.O3 M33 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3218434M
ISBN 100862990300
LC Control Number83127616
OCLC/WorldCa20392666

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacGregor, Patricia. Odiham Castle, Gloucester: A. Sutton, (OCoLC) King John visits Odiham Castle.

Patricia MacGregor’s book about Odiham Castle explains that John was active at Odiham in the days leading up to the sealing of Magna Carta.

On May 29th he addressed a letter from Odiham to the Pope complaining about the insubordination of the barons.

The history of the castle is well known, and well described in Odiham Castleby Patricia MacGregor (ed Barry Stapleton, ). It was one of only three strongholds built by King John, to add to the ninety he already had at his disposal, and the site was chosen because it lay halfway between Windsor and Winchester.

The monument, which falls into two areas, includes the 13th century royal castle at Odiham. The castle, built by King John, is situated on low-lying ground within a bend of the River Whitewater, about 1200-1500 book north west of the town of Odiham.Odiham Castle – castle and community (Gloucester: Alan Sutton) Fry, P.S., An Open University set book.

The Correspondence of Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven, a provin cial community in wartime. Edited by D.R. Hainsworth. Oxford Odiham Castle Press, Odiham Castle castle and community. By Patricia MacGregor, edi ted by Barry Stapleton.

Gloucester: Alan Sutton. £ G. Coulton, trans. and ed., Social Life in Britain from the Conquest to the Reformation (Cambridge: At the University Press, ), p.based on calculations using The Coventry Leet Book.

Google ScholarAuthor: A. Lynn Martin. John Lackland. ohn was born on Christmas Eve and was the last child to be born to Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. With three brothers who were older than him including Richard (the Lionheart), it seemed clear in his early years that John would have no lands of his own and would probably go into a position in the Church.

Bentworth is an historic village and large civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, nearest town is Alton, which lies about 3miles east of the parish covers an area of acres and at its highest point is King's Hill, feet above sea ing to the census, Bentworth had a population of It lies on the edge of the East Hampshire.

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A castle is a type of fortified structure, developed in Europe during the Middle first castles appeared in France in the 10th century, and in England during the 11th century. A few castles are known to have been built in England before the Normans invaded in ; a great many were built in the years following, the principal mechanism by means of which the Condition: An indication as to what remains of the original castle structure.

Odiham Castle (auch King John’s Castle) ist eine Burgruine bei Odiham in der englischen Grafschaft ist eine von nur drei Burgen, die König Johann Ohneland in seiner Regierungszeit bauen ließ.

Das Gelände wählte der König vermutlich aus, weil er die Gegend besucht hatte und sie auf halbem Wege zwischen Windsor Castle und Winchester liegt. £ Ex Chadwick collection and Muirhead collection William Piggott was born at Saxfield, near Ipswich, Suffolk, circaand enlisted on 8 April for a bounty of £ Thomas Birmingham was born at Odiham, Hampshire, circaand enlisted into the 40th Foot on 5 April and appears in the census.

Full text of "Thomas Warton: a biographical and critical study" See other formats. Bibliographies Castle Bibliography Alfred Leo, The castle book. Illustrated by Raymond Briggs. [New York] Pantheon Books [] Dumur, Benjamin.

Reymond, Maxime, Chateaux episcopaux, les hotels de ville de Lausanne. Odiham Castle, castle and community / Patricia MacGregor ; edited and with additional material.

Creighton OH.: Castle studies and archaeology in England: towards a research framework for the future [in] Château Gaillard: études de castellologie médiévale, Bilan des recherches en castellologie: actes du colloque international de Houffalize (Belgique), septembre Full text of "Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria" See other formats.

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Abstract. This thesis addresses a neglected area of castles studies - the spiral stair. It studies the origins, evolution, placing, structure, role, significance and meaning of spiral stairs in medieval stone castles between andso covering the rise, zenith and decline of the castle in England and : Charles Ryder.

Bibliography (I) Printed primary sources Almon J., Anecdotes of the Life of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, vol. 3 (6th edn, London, ). Anderson R., The Life of Samuel Johnson, LLD(London, ). Anon., The Ambulator:. Volume 3: – Oct 0. NewsletterOctober By The book opens by stating that-“by-the end of the-Roman period in Britain all the agricultural implements that were used in Britain until the industrial revolution had been invented”.

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