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Clifford Castle as it might have looked.

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The Lodgings at Dunluce Castle in Co Antrim, Ireland in the 16th Century by Philip Armstrong
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Paint the Past Archaeological and Historical Reconstruction and Illustration Prehistoric Sites

The Lodgings at Dunluce Castle in Co Antrim, Ireland in the 16th Century by Philip Armstrong

The Lodgings at Dunluce Castle in Co Antrim, Ireland in the 16th Century by Philip Armstrong
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Carrick Casle, Antrim
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Carrick Casle, Antrim

Carrick Casle, Antrim
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This is Rhuddlan Castle in Wales...the castle that was once part of my husbands family. They were known by Pryce at that time instead of Price.
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This is Rhuddlan Castle in Wales...the castle that was once part of my husbands family. They were known by Pryce at that time instead of Price.

This is Rhuddlan Castle in Wales...the castle that was once part of my husbands family. They were known by Pryce at that time instead of Price.
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Войны и воины | War and History
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Войны и воины | War and History

Войны и воины | War and History
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the defenders with Teutonic, and there fore attackers could well be Poles or Lithuanians ...
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the defenders with Teutonic, and there fore attackers could well be Poles or Lithuanians .

Fort and Tower on an Island

the defenders with Teutonic, and there fore attackers could well be Poles or Lithuanians ...

the defenders with Teutonic, and there fore attackers could well be Poles or Lithuanians ...
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Drawing of the Great Tower' about 1250 (Chepstow 3) cutaway.jpg (677×528)
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Drawing of the Great Tower' about 1250 (Chepstow 3) cutaway.jpg (677×528)

Drawing of the Great Tower' about 1250 (Chepstow 3) cutaway.jpg (677×528)

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Reconstruction of the Gulf of Baratti (near Tuscany) in the 6th Century BC ~ At this time the city of Populonia had a wall surrounding a lage part of the promontory. At the highest point is the Acropolis.

Reconstruction of the Gulf of Baratti (Tuscany) in the Century BC ~ At this time the city of Populonia had a wall surrounding a lage part of the promontory. At the highest point is the Acropolis.

OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the gatehouse and cutaway of the hall and courtyard palace in 1140, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team).

OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the gatehouse and cutaway of the hall and courtyard palace in by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team).

Dolwyddelan Castle A reconstruction of Dolwyddelan Castle as it may have looked in the later thirteenth century. The crenellations on both towers and the curtain wall are shown equipped with arrowslits (Illustration by Chris Jones-Jenkins 1994)

Dolwyddelan Castle A reconstruction of Dolwyddelan Castle as it may have looked in the later thirteenth century. The crenellations on both towers and the curtain wall are shown equipped with arrowslits (Illustration by Chris Jones-Jenkins

An aerial reconstruction of Conisbrough as it may have appeared in about 1440, looking north

An aerial reconstruction of Conisbrough Castle as it may have appeared in about looking north - Near Doncaster, West Riding of Yorkshire

Drawing of Dalkeith Castle (the Scotland event will be in Dalkeith)...not sure how accurate this drawing is but who doesn't love a castle with a MOAT?!

Drawing of Dalkeith Castle (the Scotland event will be in Dalkeith).not sure how accurate this drawing is but who doesn't love a castle with a MOAT?

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Paint the Past specialises in Archaeological and Historical Reconstruction and Illustration. The artist Philip Armstrong is based in Larne, Northern Ireland

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