|Auldearn, Highland, Scotland|
Constructed as an earth and timber motte-and-bailey castle during the reign of William the Lion in the late 12th century.  The castle was handed over by the constable Gillecolm de Madderty to Donald Meic Uilleim during a revolt in Moray in 1187. It was a royal castle used by the Scottish Crown. The castle was the site of the fealty of William, Earl of Ross to King Robert the Bruce in 1308.
- Also known as Castle Of Auldearn, Auldearn Motte and Boath Motte
- Coventry 2010, p. 65.