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Statue of William the Conqueror
Statue of William the Conqueror
 
 
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Stewarts.JPG
Stewarts.JPG
 
 
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Stirling Castle Gatehouse, built for James IV c1500
Stirling Castle Gatehouse, built for James IV c1500
It was James IV who started to create the castle we see today, turning Stirling into a brilliant court where splendid entertainments were held and he gained a reputation in Europe as a true Renaissance King. He built the Inner Close, the King's Old Building, the Great Hall and the Forework, seen below.

Stirling Castle - Gate House
Stirling Castle… 
 
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Stirling Castle's Outer Defences 1708-14
Stirling Castle's Outer Defences 1708-14
It was James IV who started to create the castle we see today, turning Stirling into a brilliant court where splendid entertainments were held and he gained a reputation in Europe as a true Renaissance King. He built the Inner Close, the King's Old Building, the Great Hall and the Forework, seen below. 
 
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SUDELEY CASTLE
SUDELEY CASTLE
 
 
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Sutton_hoo_helmet.jpg
Sutton_hoo_helmet.jpg
 
 
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Sybilla Cleves, Duchess of Saxony
Sybilla Cleves, Duchess of Saxony
 
 
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The Palace, built for James V in 1538
The Palace, built for James V in 1538
Mary of Guise, her mother, continued to live at Stirling after the child had gone to France for safety and the defences of the castle were strengthened during this time of religious change. The French Spur and parts of the outer walls date from this time. Mary Stewart eventually married the Dauphin, briefly becoming Queen of France before her… 
 
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The picture below right shows the remains of John of Gaunt's Great Hall.
The picture below right shows the remains of John of Gaunt's Great Hall.
 
 
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The tomb of Katherine Parr, St. Mary's Church, Sudeley Castle
The tomb of Katherine Parr, St. Mary's Church, Sudeley Castle
 
 
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Thomas Seymour
Thomas Seymour
 
 
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Tomb of George Prater at Nunney Castle
Tomb of George Prater at Nunney Castle
 
 
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Tomb of Richard & Anne
Tomb of Richard & Anne
 
 
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Tomb of Richard & Anne
Tomb of Richard & Anne
 
 
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Tomb of Richard Prater at Nunney Castle
Tomb of Richard Prater at Nunney Castle
 
 
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Triermain Castle
Triermain Castle
Also sometimes known as Gilsland Castle, Triermain stands on the border of Northumberland and Cumbria and lies about 60m to 70m south of the B6318 road, west of Gilsland. King Edward III granted a licence to Roland de Vaux to crenellate his residence here in 1340. Sir Walter Scott drinks moat*#@er tells in his The Bridal of Triermain of the… 
 
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Triermain Castle
Triermain Castle
During Edward IV's reign the castles passed by marriage to Sir Richard Salkeld. Thomas, Lord Dacre, won a dispute with Richard's heiresses over ownership around 1510. It decayed, especially after the Dacres' forfeiture in 1569 and reports of the 1580s describe it in a ruinous condition. A considerable part of the ruin collapsed in 1832 and the… 
 
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Urraca, Queen of Castile & Leon.jpg
Urraca, Queen of Castile & Leon.jpg
 
 
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Vaux Crest.jpg
Vaux Crest.jpg
 
 
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William (Phips) Phipps ARMS.jpg
William (Phips) Phipps ARMS.jpg
 
 
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William (Phips) Phipps MEDAL.jpg
William (Phips) Phipps MEDAL.jpg
A medal commemorating Phip's Success. One side shows the heads of James II and Mary of Modena and the reverse two boat crews fishing for treasure with the James and Mary in the background.
The motto is from Ovid; "Always let thy hook hang down."
"Naufraga Reperta" means "Shipwreck Refound".
From; The Treasure of the Concepcion by Peter Earle. 
 
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Woden (Wotan or Odin)
Woden (Wotan or Odin)
 
 
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Woden Ordin Saxon.jpg
Woden Ordin Saxon.jpg
 
 
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Worthington.jpg
Worthington.jpg
 
 
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wyss house.jpg
wyss house.jpg
Here's a photograph of Rueggsegg the house where Niklaus WYSS lived and raised his family in Schwarzenegg, Kanton Bern, Switzerland. 
 
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York Window
York Window
 
 
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Young Henry Tudor by an artist of the French school
Young Henry Tudor by an artist of the French school
 
 

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