Tower of London Timeline

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  • c. 1078 CE - c. 1100 CE
    The White Tower of the Tower of London is built, a project begun by William the Conqueror.
  • 1097 CE
    William Rufus converts the palisade circuit wall into stonework at the Tower of London.
  • 1190 CE - 1200 CE
    The Bell Tower is added to the southwest corner of the circuit wall of the Tower of London.
  • 1240 CE
    The stained glass windows are added to the Chapel of St. John in the Tower of London.
  • 1240 CE
    The White Tower of the Tower of London is given a coat of white lime, hence its name.
  • Aug 1324 CE
    Roger de Mortimer escapes from the Tower of London using a rope ladder.
  • 1483 CE
    Richard III imprisons and then likely murders the two young sons of the late Edward IV, the 'Princes in the Tower'.
  • 1506 CE
    A garden is added to the Tower of London.
  • 1534 CE - 1535 CE
    Sir Thomas More is imprisoned in the Tower of London prior to his execution.
  • May 1536 CE
    Anne Boleyn, Queen of England and second wife of Henry VIII is executed at the Tower of London.

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1078 CE - 1100 CE: The White Tower of the Tower of London is built, a project begun by William the Conqueror.
 
1097 CE: William Rufus converts the palisade circuit wall into stonework at the Tower of London.
 
1190 CE - 1200 CE: The Bell Tower is added to the southwest corner of the circuit wall of the Tower of London.
 
1240 CE: The stained glass windows are added to the Chapel of St. John in the Tower of London.
 
1240 CE: The White Tower of the Tower of London is given a coat of white lime, hence its name.
 
1324 CE: Roger de Mortimer escapes from the Tower of London using a rope ladder.
 
 
1483 CE: Richard III imprisons and then likely murders the two young sons of the late Edward IV, the 'Princes in the Tower'.
 
1506 CE: A garden is added to the Tower of London.
 
 
1534 CE - 1535 CE: Sir Thomas More is imprisoned in the Tower of London prior to his execution.
 
 
1536 CE: Anne Boleyn, Queen of England and second wife of Henry VIII is executed at the Tower of London.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1070 CE 1150 CE 1230 CE 1310 CE 1390 CE 1470 CE

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