- new city integrated medieval Languedoc, Gascony and Aquitaine during thirteenth and fourteenth hundreds of years
- a little fortified building, usually of wood, corresponding almost to a contemporary blockhouse.
- A temporary or movable hut or, tower erected for besieging purposes. See bastile, 4.
- A small farm-house or country home within the south of France, particularly in the area of Marseilles.
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