What Does a Square Keep Castle Look like?

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A square keep castle is square or rectangular in shape, built on the ground of the Bailey,two to four storeys in height, thick strong walls, often strengthened further by buttresses, stone curtain walls were constructed anywhere between 20 and 40 feet high and 7 to 20 feet thick. It has a gateway to a staircase leading up to the first storey.
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Depends on when you are talking about. Nowadays, expensive to heat and maintain. At the time, the advantage was they are easier and cheaper to build. The disadvantage is that they
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