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The Sighting towers in Basilicata

"New life" for defence military architecture: the case of the sighting towers in Basilicata.

NEW BOOK: Lines of Defence

A new, beautifully-produced book containing eighteenth-century plans and elevations of the fortifications built and projected by the Hospitaller Knights of St. John in the Maltese islands has recently been published jointly by the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta and Malta Libraries.

Architecture in Ruins

This dissertation investigates the relationship of the Fortifications in Pretoria to the public.

Between East and West

Transposition of cultural systems and Military technology of fortified landscapes.

Presenting Roman Military Sites to the Public

It is now over 100 years since the Saalburg was built. Today it still stands as the archetypal Roman fort.

 Roman Fort Project Needs Support

The Roman Fort Project is an opportunity to enable people of all ages and abilities to engage with the past.

Jordan creates online archaeology treasure trove

AMMAN, Jordan - Jordan on Tuesday launched the world's largest online antiquities database,

Crenellating The Ego

Psychology and castle studies.

The Geometry of War

The mathematicians of the Renaissance applied their geometry to all manner of practical disciplines

The Role of Harbour Towns

In the Re-Urbanization of the Levant in the Middle Bronze Age (1800-1600 BC).   

New Fort Defiance Interpretive Center

Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville Tennessee dedicated the new Fort Defiance Interpretative Center

The Conservation and Repair of Masonry Ruins

Ruins are the surviving remnants of structures whose function came to an end some time in the past.

Fortificazione e Citta'

La Marca Italiana nel Urbanistica Portoghese.

The Anastasian Wall Project

The monument known in antiquity as either the Long Walls of Thrace or the Anastasian Wall

The Theory and Practice of Field Fortification

Between 1877 and 1914 the use of field fortification became increasingly important and its construction evolved from primarily above to below ground.

Historic Concrete Investigations

At Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France.Toward interpretation and preservation of an important site.  

Artillerist's Manual

The inflammable property of a mixture of nitre, charcoal, and sulphur, was known long before its projectile force was discovered.

The Fortifications of Gipuzkoa

At the western end of the Pyrenees, close to the Bay of Biscay, the landscape becomes gentler, in theory making it easier for an invading army to cross the Franco-Spanish border into Gipuzkoa at this point.

The Dacian kingdom

The history of the Dacians of the Boirebistas era dates back toabout 1,000 BC.

Spatial Development of Rammed Earth Techniques

Rammed earth has been used by man for thousands of years and is currently experiencing a revival in some parts of the world as a result of its inherent sustainability.

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