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MONUMENT NO. 318867

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The remains of a curtain wall, belonging to Conisbrough Castle, built between 1180-1190. Apart from some altered stretches with ashlar facing is is built of stone rubble and is strongly splayed out to take the weight of towers. It is not bonded to the main keep and it is likely that the keep was built first with the curtain wall being added shortly afterwards.

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