Monday, 16 September 2013

Berkhamsted Castle

A castle constructed from flintstones bound together using a very robust lime mortar.

Becket was constable of Berkhamsted till he was sacked from this position by Henry II. During his time as its constable he seems to have been a perpetual improver of his/its estates: he greatly increased the amount of money every year submitted to the King's Treasury.

The annual farm as recorded in the Pipe Rolls for Berkhampsted was £37 in 1156, £70 in 1158 and £77 in 1159.


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C.J.D. Roberts (November 2011)

Google Photos
Berkhamsted Castle July 2015

John Robert Crawford (M.A.) (1861). Berkhamsted castle, an historical reverie.

 David Hughson (1809). London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis and Its Neighbourhood: To Thirty Miles Extent, from an Actual Perambulation. W. Stratford. pp. 28–.

The Archaeological Journal. Special Excursion to Berkhamsted July 8th 1873: Longman. 1873. pp. 407–.

Berkhamsted Castle - Bucks TV

Berkhamsted Castle - English Heritage

"Berkhampstead St Peter: Introduction, honour, manor and castle." A History of the County of Hertford: Volume 2. Ed. William Page. London: Victoria County History, 1908. 162-171. British History Online. Web. 10 June 2018.

Plans of Berkhamsted Castle.

Photos of Berkhamsted Castle - June 2108

Berkhampstead St Peter: Introduction, honour, manor and castle', in A History of the County of Hertford: Volume 2, ed. William Page (London, 1908), pp. 162-171. British History Online

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