The first line of fortification was the work of Francis I.; the second line and the donjon date back to the 11th century.
In the middle of the court is the donjon, which contains the archives and the treasure.
Within the donjon is the remains of the well, fifty feet deep.
Then Richard was captured and cast into a donjon to await the Duke's pleasure.
He then led me on the road to the donjon Inn, which we could see on the highway, by the side of a small clump of trees.
The donjon and the encircling wall have been skillfully restored.
"You must come and see the donjon keep, girls," said George.
The donjon will be harder; but I have marked a plan for that also.
In this donjon the good monks established "storehouses" for the poor, a phrase that may be modernized into "soup-kitchens."
He also began the cloister, and to his own residence added a donjon tower.