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MONUMENT NO. 318881

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The surviving inner ward of Conisbrough Castle which is 78 metres north west to south east and 50 metres north to south. The ward occupies a natural mound and it was surrounded by a curtain wall and a large deep ditch. The entrance could only be approached across the outer ward and through the barbican or outwork. There may have been a drawbridge. The inner ward within the curtain wall was surrounded by buildings 22 feet wide. Three garderobes were present.

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