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Rectangular chamber-towers and their medieval halls: A recent look at the buildings formerly described as “Hall-Houses”
(Presse Universitaires de Caen, 2016)
The interpretation of the 13th-century castles formerly described as “hall-houses” has recently been a contentious topic in Irish (and Scottish) castle-studies2 . Little interpretive analysis of these buildings had been ...
Understanding 'Hall-Houses': Debating Seigneurial buildings in Ireland in the 13th century
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-24)
THE SEIGNURIAL HALL and chamber have been assumed, in both Britain and Ireland, to be typically located in the only building to generally survive on medieval residential sites. In England this idea has seen some revision, ...