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The Queen's Room at Leeds Castle. A reproduction showing the celure (canopy) shped like a conical tent. Both Joanna of Navarre and Katherine de Valois spent time here at Leeds.

Every room in Raby Castle, from the magnificent Barons' Hall, where 700 knights gathered to plot the 'Rising of the North', to the Medieval Kitchen which was used until 1954, gives an insight to life throughout the ages.....

The ruins of "Ethelfleda's Mound" at Warwick Castle in Warwickshire, West Midlands, England. Originally built as a motte-and-bailey castle by William the Conqueror in 1068. Stone replaced the motte-and-bailey sometime between 1154-89, and towers were added circa 1330-60 and 1480. (Photograph by Richard A. Higgins, © 2007)