Culverhay Castle facts for kids
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Earthworks of Culverhay Castle
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Culverhay Castle, also known as Englishcombe Castle, was a castle in the village of Englishcombe, Somerset, England.
Culverhay Castle was built in a ringwork design in the village of Englishcombe, Somerset. The ringwork ditch and bank, up to 5 feet (1.5 m) deep, is to the east of the village church. During the first half of the 13th century a stone circular keep and low curtain wall was built at the castle, along with one or two other stone buildings within the ringwork. A medieval deer park may have been attached to the castle.
Estimates of the date of the original building range from the late 11th century to the early 13th century.
The castle site was excavated by archaeologist Nigel Pounds in 1938, and today is a scheduled monument.
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