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secured with bastions or fortifications

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0406:07:009: 001 covered virtually the same area as the 1560s citadel, minus the citadel's angle bastions, demi-bastions, and north-west bastioned land-front (Fig.
The authors relate the very human cost in terms of expense and changes in urban government that disrupted the lives of many city dwellers in early modern Europe as bastioned fortifications began to be built.
Professor Turnbull believes that the birth of bastioned walls was a consequence of the 1494 French invasion of Italy, quoting Francesco Guicciardini to buttress this argument.
This early royalist vision of the modern Thai state was bastioned upon an unrelenting pursuit of the cultural indicators of Euro-American "civilization" at a time of high colonialism in Southeast Asia (Hamilton 1991: 346).
But the supreme stroke of Italian genius was the revolutionary design innovation known as the bastioned trace, which dictated a star-shaped or polygonal form for the fortress, and outworks projecting from the shielding wall that would provide artillery positions capable of flanking fire without "dead spots.
But as Teilhard projects evolution into the fourth stage, that of Christogenesis, what has seemed a real story collapses for his critics into fiction in the camp of science and scandal for those bastioned in theology.
Only when a bastioned stockade at Point Siguenza on Santa Rosa Island at the mouth of the Bay had been built did he feel that he had done his duty to Spain and secured the colony against any intrusions by the French and British,