Leeds Castle. Profusely illustrated, including maps.
Raised on an island, Leeds Castle, oldest and most romantic of England's 'stately homes,' was first built in stone by a Norman baron in the reign of William the Conqueror's son, Henry I, nearly nine hundred years ago.
This book covers the history of the castle, the park, duckery, wood garden, mill and barbican, and more. 80p. Leeds Castle is in Kent, England, near Maidstone. A castle has been on the site since 1086.
Profusely illustrated, including maps.
Title: Leeds Castle.
Publisher: Leeds Castle Foundation, 1994.
Condition: Unmarked. Very Good.
Keywords: English Architecture, English Castles, Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII, Leeds Castle, English History, Great Britain, United Kingdom, History
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