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A list of key readings about Scarborough Castle.
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  • Bartlett, R. (2000). England Under the Norman and Angevin Kings, 1075-1225. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199251010.
  • Beattie, W. (1842). The Ports, Harbours, Watering-Places, and Coast Scenery of Great Britain, Vol. 1. London: George Virtue.
  • Binns, J. (2000). The Memoirs and Memorials of Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600-1657. Yorkshire Archaeological Society. ISBN 0902122835.
  • Binns, J. (2002). Heroes, Rogues and Eccentrics: a Biographical Journey Through Scarborough's Past. Blackthorn. ISBN 0954053559.
  • Binns, J. (2003). The History of Scarborough from Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Pickering: Blackthorn. ISBN 0954630009.
  • Binns, J. (1996). A Place of Great Importance: Scarborough in the Civil Wars. Lancaster: Carnegie. ISBN 1859360181.
  • Clark, G.T. 'Scarborough Castle'. The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal VIII.
  • Dalton, P. (2001). The Foundation and Development of Scarborough in the Twelfth Century. In Crouch, D. T. & Pearson (eds) Medieval Scarborough Studies in Trade and Civic Life, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Occasional Paper 1. West Yorkshire: Yorkshire Archaeological Society & Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society.
  • Goodall, J.A.A. (2000). Scarborough Castle. London: English Heritage. ISBN 1850747865.
  • Hinderwell, T. (1811). The History and Antiquities of Scarborough, and the Vicinity. York: Thomas Wilson & Sons.
  • Monsen, E. & A.H. Smith (1989). From the Sagas of the Norse Kings. Oslo: Dreyers Forlag. ISBN 8209101730.
  • Page, W. (1923) (ed.). The borough of Scarborough. A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 2. pp. 538-560.
  • Pope, S. St. Mary's, Scarborough: a Brief History. Scarborough: St. Mary's Church.
  • Rakoczy, L. (2007). Archaeology of Destruction: a Reinterpretation of Castle Slightings in the English Civil War. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of York.
  • Rowntree, A. (1931) (ed.). The History of Scarborough. Letchworth: Temple Press.
  • Scarborough Archaeological Society (2003). A Guide to Historic Scarborough. Scarborough: Scarborough Archaeological Society. ISBN 0902416073.
  • Walmsley, D. (1998). 'Scarborough Castle - Information for Teachers'. English Heritage: Palladian.