Taking the typical form of William the Conqueror’s fortifications, Arundel Castle was a motte-and-bailey defence built out of earth and timber. The motte would become the base of the castle’s keep. Measuring over 30 meters high, its size could be used not only to guard the river, but to intimidate the residents of Arundel into behaving.
Researched by Ainaa Daniyal
Written by Joshua Potts – http://www.joshwriter.com
Music – Alexander Nakarada