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1. A view of the north-wall windows, from inside and south, showing a first-floor window embrasure at top and the small, high cellar window below, with its steeply stepped embrasure.
2. The eastern half of the south wall and its first and second story windows and doors, viewed from inside a window embrasure in the north wall.
3. Looking up at the south wall and its second and third level window embrasures. Rough and protruding stones at the right are the remnants of the interior arches.
4. A door in the south wall, viewed from inside. This door is between the first-floor arch and the entrance, and the steps inside it lead up and around to the Chapel in the forebuilding.
5. The first-floor fireplace on the east wall, inside the keep. The fire area is backed with zigzag tiles, and a large, rounded chimney rises behind the top arch.
6. One of the elaborately-decorated double windows in the second story of the east wall, looking up from inside. Originally all of the windows had double arches like this one.
7. The north wall, from the head of the entrance stairs. Remains of the north end of the big first-floor arch show between the windows, and the wooden platform approximates the first-floor level.
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