'Inside the Donjon of a Norman Castle', c1934. Illustration showing the principal tower which was 'known as the donjon or keep'. The accompanying text explains that 'Donjon, which is the same word as dungeon, comes from a Latin word meaning to dominate, and the building was called a keep either because prisoners were kept there, or because the lord's family kept or lived in the building'. From The Romance of the Nation, Volume One, edited by Charles Ray. [The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., London, c1934]
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