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Guidebook: Pevensey Castle


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Pevensey Castle has a long history. The Roman fort at Pevensey was built in the late third century and later served as one of the 'Saxon Shore' forts. After the Norman Conquest, a castle with a strong keep was built within the ruined fort and the Roman wall repaired. The castle was besieged four times, but was never captured by force, only twice surrendering through famine. Pevensey last saw active service during the Second World War when it was refortified as a command and observation post. This guidebook, illustrated in full colour, provides visitors with a description of the castle as it can be seen today, and a brief history of the castle and those connected with it.

Key Features:

  • 28 pages
  • Paperback
  • Revised reprint - Jan 2019

Size: Approx. 180 mm (w) x 200 mm (h)
Author: John Goodall
ISBN: 9781850747222

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