What Is a Keep?

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A keep is a structure that was commonly found in castles, and its main purpose was to provide a safehouse if the castle was invaded. A keep usually consists of four levels; a chamber, a great hall, a guardroom, and a basement.
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A keep is the term for a strong central fortress inside of a castle, which usually contained stores of food, water and weapons for use during sieges.
A keep is a central tower which is used as a fortress or a dungeon whereby it is the most defended area of a castle. It contains important stores such as the water well, food store and the armoury which ensures survival during a war.
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