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Merlon

One of the solid alternates between two crenels, or open spaces, in a battlement parapet.

merlon

merlon
In an embattled parapet, one of the solid alternates between the embrasures. also see battlement.
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Only from the top of the merlons and towers of Alcazaba would one find an equally splendid view of the town, the green valley and, in the distance, the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The foundation of the fortification wall and the upper portion upto the height of 15 to 21 feet including merlons were still in original tiles.
The teens find themselves in the middle of a conflict involving sages, sea-dwelling merlons, and sea monsters who battle over control of land and sea.
Lot 1 - civil engineering: creation of three merlons firewall blocks said the Fragnes reinforced earth with upstream pneutex stiffened according to technical or other variations siding.