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          <td colspan="4" class="brwntitles"><font size="+2">Janis Henderson-Hunsucker 
            - Curriculum - Ceramic Castle</font></td>
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            <p class="blkpara">I created this page to teach from. If you have 
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            <h1 align="center"> <font color="#660000">Parts of a Medieval Castle</font></h1>
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                <td>Walls were added around the castle to protect the people from 
                  the invaders. There was usually a <strong>walkway</strong> running 
                  along the top of the walls, from which the castle guard could 
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                <td>The walls were thick and had small windows, big enough for 
                  arches and arrows. <br>
                  Between the walls and the castle there was an open area called 
                  the <strong>bailey</strong>.<br></td>
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                <td rowspan="4"><img src="images/castle/towers.jpg" width="85" height="170"></td>
                <td align="left" valign="top"><strong>Towers</strong> were built 
                  at intervals along the walls, to strengthen them and also to 
                  give extra accommodation for castle workers.<br>
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                <td>You could also find <strong>ditches</strong> filled with water 
                  and were closed by a drawbridge that could be raised from the 
                  inside of the castle. </td>
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                <td>In the inside of the castle were the living apartments, a 
                  well for water and food necessary to last for a long siege.</td>
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                <td><p><a href="http://www.castles.org/kids/the_residents.htm"><font size="-1">Residents 
                    of the Castle</font></a></p>
                  <p><font size="-1"><em>Images from <a href="http://www.castles.org/kids/parts_of_his_castle.htm">Castles 
                    of the World </a><br>
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                <td><p><img src="images/castle/layout.gif" alt="diagram of a medieval castle" width="500" height="348" align="right">The 
                    center of the castle is called the <strong>Inner ward</strong>, 
                    which is the inner curtain or the innerpart of the wall. </p>
                  <p>The<strong> barracks</strong> are off to the right of the 
                    inner ward. The barracks are where the knights stay. The stables 
                    are below the barracks. </p>
                  <p>From the 13th century, castles were usualy built with rings 
                    of stone, one inside the other. These are called <strong>concentric 
                    </strong> castles. </p>
                  <p>The <strong>outer wall</strong> was pretty close to and a 
                    little lower than the inner wall. Sometimes the outer wall 
                    was so low that it seemed no more than a wall of protection 
                    against attacking machines, such as <strong>catapults</strong>. 
                    But it meant that archers on the inner walls could shoot over 
                    the heads of those on the outer, bringing more fire power 
                    on an enemy. </p>
                  <p>If attackers broke through the outer wall, they would still 
                    be faced with the <strong>inner wall</strong>. </p>
                  <p>In older castles the <strong>great tower and curtain wal</strong>l 
                    were sometimes given an outer ring of walls, making three 
                    lines of defense. </p>
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                    <font size="-2">From <a href="http://library.thinkquest.org/J0113214/page3.htm">Parts 
                    of a Castle</a> - A Thinkquest website</font></p>
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                <td colspan="2"><h1 align="center"><span class="active"><font color="#660000">Siege 
                    Tower </font></span></h1>
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                <td width="18%"> <p><img src="images/castle/stower.gif" width="139" height="252"><br>
                    Siege tower <br>
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                <td width="82%" align="left" valign="top">Another way of getting 
                  into a castle was by using a 'siege-tower'- a tall wooden tower 
                  on wheels which could be moved close to the walls. Attackers 
                  in the top of the tower would cross over to the walls of the 
                  castle using their own wooden bridge. 
                  <p>Sometimes the attacking army simply surrounded the castle 
                    and waited for those inside to run out of food and surrender 
                    - but since all castles kept a supply of food ready, these 
                    sieges often lasted for as long as two years. </p>
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                  <p><em><font size="-1">From the <a href="http://www.abdn.ac.uk/english/lion/castles.shtml">Knight 
                    with the Lion</a></font></em><br>
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            <h1 align="center"><span class="active"><font color="#660000">Other 
              parts of a castle</font></span></h1>
            <p align="center">Water goes into the sink from a tank above called 
              a <strong>cistern.</strong></p>
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