Nicklin, Phyllis (1960) South wall, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham. [Image] (Unpublished)
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Photograph of the south wall of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
|Type of Work:||Image|
|School/Faculty:||Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Education|
|Department:||Department of Extramural Studies|
Scanned by the Chrysalis project in 2004, from original 35mm slides held at the University of Birmingham.
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|Series/Collection Name:||Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography|
|Keywords:||Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions|
H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
|Funders:||Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) West Midlands|
|Copyright Status:||Copyright and database rights in this material belong to MLA West Midlands and the University of Birmingham. The photographic image is available to download and redistribute for non-commercial purposes.|
|Copyright Holders:||University of Birmingham|
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