Excerpt from Journal of the Architectural, Archaeological, and Historic Society for the County and the City of Chester, and North Wales, 1895, Vol. 5: Part IV
SO many Of the British fortifications within their reach. The proximity Of the great fortress Of Rhuddlan would, howe... ver, render unnecessary any great fortification at this point, beyond an out-post. We have, however, clear documentary evidence that Henry III. Erected here a building Of some Size, as in the entries to which I Shall presently refer, the word castle is used. It will be seen, however, that this castle was in existence for only about twenty-two years. The remains, which have recently been brought to light, are evidently the ruins Of the castle built by King Henry, as their architectural character is Of the Early English Of that period.
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