The windows are pretty much intact since the castle was constructed, they may have been slightly enlarged over the last 700 years but no date can be given on this or know if this is the case.

For many years the windows would have been open to the elements so the room would have been extremely cold, the only thing covereing them would have been reeds and vines from trees making a makeshift cover. It would not be until around the 14th and 15th centuries that wooden shutters then eventually glass used to enclose the windows
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