**Tower,**subst. 1) a very high and strong building:

**Lucr. 945**.

**Lucr. 945**

**Sonn. 64, 3**.

**Pilgr. 327**.

**Tp. IV, 152**.

**Gent. III, 1, 35**.

**Gent. III, 1, 35**

**John II, 325**.

**H4A III, 1, 33**.

**H6A I, 4, 11**.

**H6A I, 4, 11**

**III, 2, 23**.

**IV, 2, 13**.

**Troil. I, 2, 2**.

**IV, 5, 220**.

**Rom. IV, 1, 78**.

**Tim. V, 4, 25**.

**Caes. I, 1, 44**.

**I, 3, 93**.

**Lr. III, 4, 187**.

**Per. I, 4, 24**. Symbol of strength: “strong as a t. in hope,”

**R2 I, 3, 102**. “the king's name is a t. of strength,”

**R3 V, 3, 12**.

2) name of the ancient castle of London used as a citadel, an arsenal, and a state-prison:

**R2 IV, 316**.

**V, 1, 52**.

**H6A I, 1, 167**.

**I, 3, 1**.

**I, 3, 1**

**H6B IV, 5, 5**.

**IV, 6, 17**.

**IV, 9, 38**.

**H6C III, 2, 120**.

**IV, 8, 57**.

**V, 5, 50**.

**R3 I, 1, 45**.

**H8 I, 1, 207**.

**I, 2, 194**.

**V, 1, 107**.

**V, 3, 54**etc. “at the T.”

**H6A III, 1, 23**.

**R3 III, 1, 65**. 139 etc. “in the T.”

**H6B V, 1, 41**.

**R3 IV, 2, 76**.

**V, 3, 151**etc. Said to have been built by Julius Caesar:

**R2 V, 1, 2**.

**R3 III, 1, 68**.