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References for the Involvement of Scarborough Castle with Henry II:

1: Photo from: Back

2: Paul Dalton, The Foundation and Development of Scarborough in the Twelfth Century, Crouch, David & Pearson, Trevor (ed.s). Medieval Scarborough Studies in Trade and Civic Life, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Occasional Paper 1, (West Yorkshire: Yorkshire Archaeological Society & Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society, 2001), 1. Back

3: Jack Binns, The History of Scarborough From Earliest Times to the Year 2000, (United Kingdom: Blackthorn Press, 2001), 18. Back

4: Dalton, 1-4. Back

5: Binns, 18-19. Back

6: J. A Bigland, Topographical and Historical Description of Yorkshire; Containing an Account of its Towns, Castles, Antiquities, Churches, Monuments, Public Edifices, Picturesque Scenery, the Residences of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. Accompanied with Biographical Notices of Eminent and Learned Men to whom this County has given Birth, (London: Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, 1810), 358. Back

7: Thomas Hinderwell, The History and Antiquities of Scarborough, and the Vicinity, (York: Thomas Wilson & Sons, 1811), 48. Back

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