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This is a version of The Mode in which Antient Castles... but without the caption. Antient is an old way to spell “ancient.”

The Mode in which Antient Castles were generally built. 1 The Barbacan.
2 The Ditch or Moat.
3 Wall of the outer Ballium.
4 Outer Ballium.
5 Artificial Mount.
6 Wall of the inner Ballium.
7 Inner Ballium.
8 Keep or Dunjeon.

Published according to the Act of Parliament, by Alexr. Hogg, No. 16 Paternoster Row.

Dudley sculpt.

This is essentially a copy of the Castle Diagram from Grose’s Antiquities.

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