Beginning of the 14th century
The first ceramic finds from the castle have been dated
Undocumented residence of Hrocha of Maršovice
In the immediate vicinity of the castle and in the nearby forest called Kramář, a band of opossums led by Matěj Vůdec is on the rampage; Jan Žižka killed a Rosenberg servant during one of the raids.
The first written mention of the castle, Oldřich II of Rožmberk recommends his servant Peter Harachera to the lords of Walsee by sitting at Louzka, at that time the purgrave at Vítkov Hrádek.
The castle in the hands of Jan of Malovice.
Jan, Diviš and Bohuslav of Malovice, his sons, handed Louzek over to Oldřich II of Rožmberk, since then uninhabited.
Jan of Rožmberk sells to Bárta and his son Kříž the manor that belonged to the castle.
Louzek is mentioned as 'Laužek, the castle of pustey and by it Laužek dvuor, otherwise Skurovice'.
In the immediate vicinity of the castle there is a farm containing 'forests, jitras and precious heirlooms in Nažidle, Zdíkov and in the village of Skoronice' sold by Petr Sudek from Dluhé to Petr Žibřid from Mostek.
The castle is remembered as a 'ruined fortress'.
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