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Spanish term or phrase:adarve
English translation:bailey
Entered by: Maria Casal
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16:13 Aug 28, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Spanish term or phrase: adarve
castles
Maria Casal
Local time: 22:39
bailey
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"The allies or baileys (adarve) between the walls are very narrow and the walls that are to the left and right of the baileys (adarve) are very high off the ground. The castle’s grand tower (gran torre) was ruined and the first of the four towers at the corners of the castle (torres altas en las esquinas) contained the coat of arms (escudo de armas). The castle also has two octagon towers (torre octogonal) which are located at the entrance of the castle keep, or central castle building where the commanders were lodged (alojamiento de comandantes)."
(http://www.peddie.org/princip/espana97/SP-TJS/body.htm)
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bailey


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"The allies or baileys (adarve) between the walls are very narrow and the walls that are to the left and right of the baileys (adarve) are very high off the ground. The castle’s grand tower (gran torre) was ruined and the first of the four towers at the corners of the castle (torres altas en las esquinas) contained the coat of arms (escudo de armas). The castle also has two octagon towers (torre octogonal) which are located at the entrance of the castle keep, or central castle building where the commanders were lodged (alojamiento de comandantes)."
(http://www.peddie.org/princip/espana97/SP-TJS/body.htm)

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Local time: 22:39
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