Topics > Historical Periods > 14th Century > 1305


In North East England:

  • 1305: the crown grants permission to crenellate (make battlements) at Shortflatt Tower, Belsay.
  • 1305: an arm of William Wallace displayed at Berwick-upon-Tweed after his execution and quartering on 23rd August 1305
14th Century Shortflatt Tower
Shortflatt Tower
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Shortflatt Tower
- Overview Map Shortflatt Tower is a historic house and defensive tower in the civil parish of Belsay, and located close to Bolam, Northumberland. Originally built in 1257, permission to crenellate …


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