BODIAM By Edgar Diaz and Luisino Ortega CASTLE

The amazing

The hall of the Castle Kitchen of the castle

The chapel

The courtyard

The bridge that was Destroyed also located At the other side of the castle The moat that cover the Whole castle


Time line continue

• National Trust • Lord Curzon bequeathes the castle to the National Trust, in whose care the castle remains today.

The last of the castle 1”926”

Location and brief description Bodiam Castle is located
in East sussex, england. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dallingridge, a former knight of Edward III, supposedly at the request of Richard II in order to defend the surrounding area from French invasion. However, recent research suggests that the castle was built more for show than as an effective defence.

• The castle is completely surrounded by a Moat with approaches from the north and south. • The castle itself is rectangular in shape, being longer in the north-south, and has large round towers at all of the four corners, and a square tower defending the centre of each side. • The castle well is located in one of the corner towers, the chapel in another • Most of the castle interior was destroyed during the English Civil War. • The north side of the castle has the gatehouse and bridge. The turret on the left contains the chapel.

“Why it was built
• It was built at an evolutionary stage when the nobility were looking for more comfortable, agreeable places to live that offered them security, but also represented an outward show of their wealth and rank. • Also it was more of a defends to the many things that the great war had to offer

More of its history




The best look


A closer

A long view of the castle

The inside of the castle

The castles

Work citied
• • • • • m dom/England/england2.htm

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