Harkening back to nineteenth-century tableaux vivants, villagers would drape themselves around the crenelations
of City Hall and pose for photo stills that he would then use in national newspapers for further publicity.
And dominating the look are the evocative crenelations
, battlements designed to inspire thoughts of medieval castles, bold knights and distressed maidens.
At his back loomed the familiar crenelations
of the Watergate office and hotel directly across the street.
The blocks contain five toponyms, written within crenelations
surmounted by representations of bound prisoners.
Like the Franciscan monastery at Tula, these were often mock medieval fortresses (McAndrew 272), complete with towers and crenelations