See also:term used technically in fortification for the inner
See also:ring of fortifications surrounding a
See also:town . Strictly the term was applied to the continuous
See also:line of bastions and curtains forming the "
See also:body of the place," this last expression being often used as synonymous with
See also:enceinte . The outworks, however, close to the enceinte were not considered as forming
See also:part of it . In
See also:modern fortification the enceinte is usually simply the innermost continuous line of fortifications . In architecture generally an enceinte is the close or
See also:precinct of a
See also:cathedral, abbey,
See also:castle, &c .
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