What is a name for a castle?

What is a name for a castle?

Simply click again to get 10 new random names. Barkenburgh Castle. Alterwood Citadel. Whitich Castle. Stowerling Palace.

What are the names of the rooms in a castle?

Rooms in a Medieval Castle

  • The Great Hall.
  • Bed Chambers.
  • Solars.
  • Bathrooms, Lavatories and Garderobes.
  • Kitchens, Pantries, Larders & Butteries.
  • Gatehouses and Guardrooms.
  • Chapels & Oratories.
  • Cabinets and Boudoirs.

What are the 3 types of castle?

The three main types of castles are the motte and bailey castle, the stone keep castle, and the concentric castle.

What were houses called in medieval times?

manor house, during the European Middle Ages, the dwelling of the lord of the manor or his residential bailiff and administrative centre of the feudal estate.

Do castles have names?

The answers are varied; as well as English place-names, these grand buildings owe their names to a Danish princess, French and Scottish nobility, an Indian fortress, the Latin language, a rebel leader and even one of the disciples…

Whats a good name for a fort?


  • barrier.
  • bastille.
  • castle.
  • citadel.
  • fort.
  • garrison.
  • rampart.
  • redoubt.

What rooms do palaces have?

The reception rooms at the Royal Palace

  • The Vestibule. The Vestibule is a prime example of Norwegian Classicist architecture.
  • The Council Chamber. The King presides over the Council of State.
  • The Bird Room.
  • The Family Dining Room.
  • The Great Hall (the Ballroom)
  • The Banqueting Hall.
  • The Palace Chapel.
  • The Palace Park.

What are old castles called?

Motte and Bailiey castles were the earliest form of medieval castles built completely from scratch by the Normans. As their name suggests they had two parts the Motte and the Bailey. The Motte was a large hill made of earth on which was built a wooden keep or lookout.

What houses do knights live in?

Castles were expensive. Poorer knights might live in a castle owned by their lord or in a nearby manor house. By living this way, they would be ready to go to war or protect their lord’s lands at a moment’s notice.