Talk:Traitors' Gate

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Location of apostrophe[edit]

As the photograph clearly shows, Traitors' Gate should be spelled with the apostrophe after the 's'. Making such a change to the article would effectively involve renaming it, so I have posted this proposal as a talk contribution, and will not make the change until other users have had plenty of time to consider and comment, if they so wish. Russ London 22:47, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Traitors' Gate
I agree with the rename on this--Regan123 14:19, 1 January 2007 (UTC)
Since there have been no objections for over a year(!) I have made that move. Loganberry (Talk) 19:04, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

The name[edit]

I remember when I was 10 or 11 years old, and had learned English for around 2,5 years. We had an English school book, which included some kine of A-Z tourist attractions at London. And "T" stood for "the Tower" but "Traitors gate". And I recall some story about two young boys who got murdered by a traitor of some kind. Some 40 year later I don't have the school book in my possetion anylonger. But something about two boys and treason, am I certain of have read about. And it wasn't fictional. In any case there has to be a reason for the name. Something more dramatical than through which way Anne Boleyn and Thomas Moore entered the Tower before their executions. I'm sure of the gate once was the scene of a more direct bloody event. Boeing720 (talk) 02:42, 12 November 2015 (UTC)