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  • A machicolated battlement projects outwards from the supporting wall in order to facilitate this. Machicolate is only recorded in the 18th c. in English, but a verb machicollāre is. — “Machicolation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • 'build to make and to construct walls and turrets with stone, lime and sand around and below his manor house in Bury in the County of Lancaster, and to shut in the manor house with such manner of walls and turrets; also to embattle, crenellate and machicolate those towers."[3]. — “Bury Castle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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