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prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto

The appearance and persistence of late prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto, Timor Léste

Earth Fortifications Discovered in Poland

Archaeologists have discovered evidence of unknown medieval fortifications which may indicate the presence of Hussite clashes near a small village in Poland.

Replica palisade at Birgu

Visitors to the fortified city of Birgu, in Malta, during an ‘open weekend’ held on 25 and 26 October 2014, were able to see, amongst various other things, a replica of a wooden palisade du chemin couvert 
British Army WW1 Trench Maps

The map shown here is a section of a British Army Trench Map of the area east of Ypres on the Ypres Salient battlefields in Belgium.

Earth and Timber Castles of the Llŷn Peninsula

In their Archaeological, Historical and Landscape Context.   

Civil War Earthworks at Fort Blakeley

The public history project described herein was performed at Blakeley Historic Park, Alabama.

Archaeology of a Great War Dugout

Beecham Dugout is situated on the lower slopes of the Passchendaele Ridge, to the north-east of the Belgian town of Ypres (Ieper).

Survey of Edinburgh First World War trenches

World renowned experts have begun a major survey aimed at unlocking the secrets of the Edinburgh's First World War trenches.

Fortifications at Alcatraz

The U.S. Army's "Plan of 1870" began the next phase of major construction on Alcatraz Island.

Defensive enclosures in Huntingdonshire

At a point 17½ miles north of Huntingdon the modern main road leaves the course of the ancient Ermine Street

Fortifications and Enclosures in European Prehistory

This article reviews recent research into the archaeological interpretation and investigation of fortifications

Medieval and Later Fieldworks

From the late 14th century gunpowder artillery and small arms began to dominate the battlefield,

Earthwork Mounts in Huntingdonshire

The site is now divided into three parts: the central and largest part belongs to the town and is open to the public,

English Earthwork Castles

Of all historic buildings, the castles of England are some of the most familiar.

Defensive Earthworks in Tikal

For the weeks, months, and even years one spends carrying out fairly routine work

Trench Warfare

Why was it so costly in human lives in World War 1?

Trelleborg During the Iron Age

A Study of a Coastal Area in South-West Scania, Sweden

Defense of Betio Island

The following information about the Japanese defense of Betio Island is based on a joint study made by Marine Corps,

Defended Enclosures in Ceredigion

A Survey of Defended Enclosures in Ceredigion.

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