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Arnold Joseph Taylor CBE (1911–2002) was a distinguished medieval historian who was an international expert on European castle building. His work on Edward I's Welsh castles is particularly notable, particularly his identification of the origins of the architect in Savoy (now Switzerland). He was Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings at the Ministry of Works (later the Ministry of Public Building and Works and the Department of the Environment) from 1961 to 1972.

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