Current: J K L
Jamb Upright side of a door frame or window
Jambarts Armour for the lower leg. See Greaves
Joggled Construction held together using overlapping joints
Joinery The smaller items of woodwork. Door, windows etc
Joist A beam that supports a floor
Keep Donjon; The defendable central part of a Norman castle. Either a Hall-keep with living quaters or a Shell-keep with open centre and walls with a sentry-walk
Keystone The voussoir at the top of the arch or vault
Lady Chapel Chapel dedicated to the Virgin at the East end of the church
Lancet window Slender pointed window usually found in groups
Laver The place where monks could wash within the cloister
lierne Small ornamental sections of vaulting rib joining the main ribs
Lintel Flat beam above a window or door
Transport yourself back up to a thousand years and explore historical buildings as they may have appeared in the past.
Explore the bailey and wooden tower keep of a Norman motte and bailey castle
Motte & Bailey
Explore all four floors of a Norman square keep similar to Dover Castle that was built in the twelfth century.
Explore a siege landscape and learn about the siege engines used to destroy a castle.
Explore a reconstruction of Stokesay Castle, a fortified manor house from the fifteenth century.
Explore the White Tower
Explore all four floors of the White Tower at the Tower of London using the Unity 3d game engine.