Higham Gobion Castle
|Higham Gobion Castle|
|Higham Gobion, Bedfordshire, England|
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The castle was a timber motte and bailey fortress. Built by the Gobion family, from which the castle and neighboring town derive their name, sometime after the Norman Invasion of 1066. Built in a marshy site, it encompassed a large triangular area. A small motte was located within the triangle, and the site was defended by substantial ramparts.
- Pictures of Higham Gobion Castle
- The Gatehouse
- Higham Gobion: historical and genealogical information at GENUKI.
- English Heritage Monument No. 362575
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