Military Architecture in England During the Middle Ages by A. Hamilton Thompson

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Author Thompson, A. Hamilton (Alexander Hamilton), 1873-1952
LoC No. 12029421
Title Military Architecture in England During the Middle Ages
Contents Preface -- Bibliography -- Early earthworks and Roman stations -- The Saxon and Danish period -- The English castle after the conquest -- The progress of attack and defence -- The beginning of the stone castle -- The keep of the Norman castle -- The period of transition: cylindrical tower-keeps -- The dwelling-house in the castle -- Castles of the thirteenth century: the fortification of the curtain -- The Edwardian castle and the concentric plan -- Military architecture in the later Middle Ages: fortified towns and castles -- The age of transition: the fortified dwelling-house.
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Language English
LoC Class NA: Fine Arts: Architecture
Subject Military architecture -- England
Subject Castles -- England -- History -- To 1500
Subject Architecture, Medieval -- England
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