De Ireby"s tower in Carlisle castle.

by Roy Gilyard Beer

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Carlisle Castle, old as it is, was not the first fortification in Carlisle. The Romans built and maintained a huge garrison from the 1st to the 4th centuries, and for these four hundred years of occupation, Luguvalium was a centre of military strength and civil habitation and trade.

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CARLISLE. NYSE CARLISLE CASTLE /6/1 De Irebys Tower and outer bailey 01/06/49 wall. GV I. Gate tower and curtain walls, with interval towers.

C12 walls, partly rebuilt at various periods; C13 tower forms the core of. Find out about listed buildings and other protected sites, and search the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).

NYSE CARLISLE CASTLE /6/1 De Irebys Tower and outer bailey 01/06/49 wall GV I Gate tower and curtain walls, with interval towers. An article on De Ireby’s Tower by R Gilyard-Beer in represents another important study of the castle’s fabric.

[7] A significant advance in the scholarly understanding of the castle came with English Heritage’s publication in of a monograph by Mike McCarthy, Henry Summerson and RG Annis. [8]. InHenry I ordered a stone castle to be constructed on the site. Thus a keep and city walls were constructed.

The De Irebys Tower dates from the thirteenth century and is a Grade I listed building (Historic England List Entry Number: Link). Today the castle is managed by English Heritage and is open to the public.

Outer Gatehouse (De Ireby’s Tower) De Ireby’s Tower is the commonly used name for the castle’s outer gatehouse, in the centre of the south curtain wall. It was purpose built in –82 to house the Sheriff of Cumberland and his ‘exchequer’, where the Crown’s revenues from the county were paid.

Gilyard-Beer, R, ‘De Ireby’s Tower in Carlisle Castle’, in Ancient Monuments and their Interpretation: Essays Presented to A J Taylor, ed M Apted, R Gilyard-Beer and AD Saunders (Chichester, ), – Goodall, JAA, ‘The great tower of Carlisle Castle’, in Carlisle and Cumbria: Roman and Medieval Architecture.

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See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

Carlisle Castle has stood since the 12th century and since then it has been in almost continuous military use, which makes it unusual amongst medieval castles. Andrew de Hercla, Earl of Carlisle, and John Halton and John Kirkby, successively Bishops of Carlisle.

A small garrison is still kept in the castle; the present governor is Major General R. Burne. The castle is the site of the ancient royal manor of the socage of Carlisle, partly within the city, and extending over acres of land in its.

The castle was captured and documentary sources dated to report that Maunsell's Tower, William de Ireby's Tower, and the tower over the inner gate had been destroyed and not rebuilt.

Carlisle's long sleep during much of the 13th century after Alexander II had withdrawn in was rudely broken by the war between England and Scotland (the Wars of Indepence).

de irebys tower and outer bailey wall / / / carlisle / carlisle / cumbria / i / / ny courtesy of English Heritage Gate tower and curtain walls, with interval towers. This third-century Roman altar was recycled as a lintel over a doorway in De Ireby's Tower, the Castle's outer gatehouse.

It was dedicated to the gods Jupiter, Juno, Minerva, Mars and Victory by a Syrian soldier serving in the 20th legion - service in the Roman army often involved travelling a long way from home/5().

Dominating the city of Carlisle for years, Carlisle Castle was continually reworked and remodelled as a fortress until well within living memory. Its brooding presence reflects its long and eventful history. The site was an important Roman fortress. Today, the castle still plays a prominent role in Cumbria as one of its best unknown landmarks.

The Scots hold the town and castle to siege in,andmaking it the most frequently besieged place in the British Isles. The Castle Fortified. Henry I visits Carlisle and orders that the castle be fortified. This may be the origin of the keep.

Read a description of Carlisle Castle. Added on: Castle Way, Carlisle, CA3 8UR, Cumbria. Carlisle Castle stands in the heart of Carlisle in Cumberland, near the ruins of Hadrian's castle is over years old and has been the scene of many historical episodes in British history.

Given the proximity of Carlisle to the border between England and Scotland, it has been the centre of many wars and invasions. The outer gatehouse of Carlisle Castle, also known as De Ireby’s Tower, is the most significant gatehouse in the north of England and provided a defended entrance to the outer ward of the : Kelly Pattison.

The castle was captured and documentary sources dated to report that Maunsell's Tower, William de Ireby's Tower, and the tower over the inner gate had been destroyed and not rebuilt.

Carlisle's long sleep during much of the 13th century after Alexander II had withdrawn in was rudely broken by the war between England and Scotland. The outer gatehouse, also known as De Ireby's Tower, was substantially altered between It functioned both as the residential quarters for the Constable of the castle and as a key administrative, financial and judicial centre for the county.

In the 19th century it was in use as a barracks and following that, a sergeants' mess. The historical account of the castle is preceded by a full survey of the standing buildings, including many accurate scale drawings of the keep, the Captain's and De Ireby's Towers, and other main elements.

The volume is intended as a comprehensive statement and record of this important castle. Download monograph. Find the perfect ireby stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now. Roman Carlisle. In AD 72 a large Roman fort, built of turf and timber, was established on the site of the later castle.

It later provided support for garrisons on Hadrian’s Wall and acted as a staging post for troops invading Scotland. The fort became the nucleus of a prosperous town named Luguvalium, which by the mid-2nd century was one of the most important military bases in.

Old Castles Carlisle Castle. Corby Castle and Walks its ornamental exterior to have been appropriated before that time to the use of royal or other stately visitors of the castle. This tower is on the left side of entrance from the inner gate, and the interior of it is attained by going through the officers' rooms, including a large mess.

Carlisle Castle, Carlisle, United Kingdom. 9K likes. Standing strongly in the city it has dominated for nine centuries, Carlisle Castle was a constantly updated working fortress until well within /5().

Carlisle Castle is situated in Carlisle, in the English county of Cumbria, near the ruins of Hadrian's castle is over years old and has been the scene of many historical episodes in British the proximity of Carlisle to the border between England and Scotland, it has been the centre of many wars and the castle is managed by Grid reference: grid reference NY The Carlisle Castle Image Gallery.

Images of the places of historic interest in Cumbria and the Lake District. Click on the links below the thumbnail images to get bigger pictures. Following his visit to the castle inHenry II built part of the 'palace' and a chapel, while between and further building works took place.

Over the course of the 13th century the castle fell into disrepair, however between and the stone tower later known as Queen Mary's Tower was built. NYSE CARLISLE CASTLE /6/16 Inner Bailey: Militia Store 01/06/ GV II Recommended Books.

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The castles, towers and fortified buildings of Cumbria Monday, The Prior's Tower, Carlisle. The Prior's Tower Carlisle Castle, old as it is, was not the first fortification in Carlisle.

(sometimes referred to as de Ireby’s Tower) was redesigned, repaired and rebuilt by John Lewyn.Carlisle Castle Wetheral Priory Carlisle Cathedral Dalston Road Cemetery Grade I listed: Church of St Michael Crown Court, adjoining offices and gate arch Nisi Prius Courthouse, associated offices and gate arch De Irebys Tower and outer bailey wall Eden Bridge.Standing on the site of a Roman fort, Carlisle Castle is one of Cumbria's best loved landmarks.

The sturdy walls of this well-maintained fortress have dominated Carlisle for the last years. Carlisle Castle covers approximately four acres within its sturdy curtain walls.