• Definition for "antemural"
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antemural definition

  • noun:
    • An outwork of a very good, high wall, with turrets, in the front gateway (as of a classic palace), for defending the entrance.
    • An outwork of a stronger, high wall, with turrets, as you're watching gateway (as of an old palace), for defending the entry.
    • In medieval fortification, a sophisticated work defending the way of a fortified destination; a barbacan (which see). The expression may also be put on an exterior wall of a castle or fortress. See slashed on preceding page.
    • An outwork of a powerful, high wall surface, with turrets, in the front portal (as of an old castle), for protecting the entry.
    • An outwork of a good, large wall, with turrets, as you're watching gateway (at the time of a vintage castle), for defending the entrance.
    • In medieval fortification, an advanced work defending the way of a fortified location; a barbacan (which see). The word might be placed on an exterior wall of a castle or fortress. See slashed on preceding web page.
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