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1067 CE - 1090 CE: The first Great Hall of Chepstow Castle is built.
1067 CE: Earl William FitzOsbern begins the construction of Chepstow Castle in Wales.
1072 CE: The tower keep of Chepstow Castle, Wales is built.
1086 CE - 1087 CE: Domesday Book lists Chepstow Castle in Wales as an asset.
1138 CE: King Stephen of England makes Chepstow Castle in Wales a part of the estate of the Earl of Pembroke.
1146 CE - 1219 CE: The life of the great English knight Sir William Marshal.
1190 CE: Sir William Marshal begins rebuilding Chepstow Castle in Wales.
1217 CE: Henry III of England visits Chepstow Castle in Wales.
1272 CE: Roger Bigod, 5th Earl of Norfolk, builds the western gatehouse at Chepstow Castle.
1285 CE: A new Great Hall is completed at Chepstow Castle.
1285 CE: Edward I of England visits Chepstow Castle in Wales.
1287 CE - 1293 CE: The Marten's Tower is added to Chepstow Castle, Wales.
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