1. A wall of a building that is adjacent to, but separated from, the end wall of a building; party […]
An inverted arch.
A rivet used in countersunk holes in which the point, while hot, is hammered down to fill the countersinking.
The revetment of a counterscarp, usually made of stone or brick, but occasionally of timber.
The face of the ditch of a fortress sloping toward the defender.
A carving, casting, or embossed design which is sunk below the general surface area.
A wall between the inner wall and outer wall of a fortification, either to provide additional defense or as an
A light or window directly opposite another