was a small room built on the outside wall of the upper floor of a medieval house.
1120-40 (Phase 3), the chapel and garderobe
to 1140-70, and the embanking of the tower after 1175.
379, 381, 385,387, 388, uses the term `shoot' to denote garderobe
shafts, but the word appears to be a modern coinage used by archaeologists.
This ramp was built alongside the castle's main entrance and was steeply inclined to the garderobe
, where there is still an opening in the walls.
The above criteria were then applied to results from analyses of a 17th-century latrine (1 soil sample), a medieval garderobe
(3 soil samples) and two suspected Roman cess-pits (a total of 11 soil samples).
rst occupants should feel quite at home, even if they might be a little perplexed by the garderobe
in the beamed bathroom that somehow manages to create hot rain indoors.
Armour-clad tutors were on hand to demonstrate the charm of chainmail and the finer points of eliminating an enemy, while the youngsters were given a unique insight into castle life, with the opportunity to hear and even smell a garderobe
( that's a loo in modern parlance.
During the restoration, building contractors discovered the historic lavatory -- called a garderobe
on the upper floor of the four-storey building.
Even the original garderobe
-or toilet -adjoins the room with a rudimentary chute leading outside.
There is also the modern equivalent of the Tudor garderobe
- an en suite shower room.
Marcella's churches, Capel Mawr and Capel Pendref, Burgess Gate, the partially built Leicester Church, which was intended to supplant St Asaph as the cathedral church, and Bronyffynnon, a 16th-century townhouse where the original toilet, or garderobe
, was recently discovered.
oors, oak panelled drawing room, ancient oak doors and a 17th century garderobe
A late medieval toilet - called a garderobe
- which was flushed by rainwater, was found behind the plaster on the top floor of the four-storey building.
Special features include the medieval garderobe
or early lavatory, one of the oldest known, discovered in a wall.
While digging behind the plaster on the top floor of a four-storey building in Denbigh, they found a late medieval toilet - a garderobe
- designed to be flushed by rainwater.