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" In the storey above were the dwelling and common living rooms of the residents, in which were the larders, the rooms of the bakers and butlers, and the great chamber in which the lord and his wife slept. Adjoining this was a private room, the dormitory... "
The Early Norman Castles of the British Isles - Page 85
by Ella S. Armitage - 1912 - 408 pages
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Life in Medieval Times

Marjorie Rowling - 1973 - 224 pages
...The ground floor contained great boxes, casks, and other domestic utensils. Above were dwelling rooms and the great chamber in which the lord and his wife slept. In the inner part of the great chamber was a certain private room, where at early dawn, or in the evening,...
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Castle Life

Struan Reid - 2007 - 48 pages
...century. Solar Chapel A writer described a French family's castle in 1117: "Above were dwelling rooms and the great chamber in which the lord and his wife slept ... In the upper storey were garret rooms, in which on one side the sons slept, on the other, the daughters...
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