bartizan


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bartizan

bartizan
On a fortified wall, a small overhanging structure with lookout holes and loops, often at a corner or near an entrance gateway.
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"Willoughby and the Professor Meets Bartizan the Genie" (Joe Bev) continues.
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With its new gunports, bartizan, and pieds d'araignee supports rising up to the merlons, the gateway (ostensibly remodelled without explicit regimento authorization) must have taken on an appearance reminiscent of Danzilho's design for the bastions of Almeida.
Closely resembling its counterpart in Arzila, the three-storey keep was crowned with a battlemented platform and corner bartizans (matacaes).
Significantly, then, as "The heavy yet hasty step of the men-at-arms traversed the battlements, or resounded on the narrow and winding passages and stairs which led to the various bartizans and points of defence" (p.
bartizans, and displayed at each frequent angle, a small turret ...