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refortification

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or result of refortifying.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A fortifying anew, or a second time.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A second or subsequent fortification.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

re- +‎ fortification

Examples

  • Yes | No | Report from Loel Fink wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago how about "winner" positive refortification for dog and gunner, although the dog might not catch it.

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  • Either the breach was still defensible with a sufficiently large and determined force, or Chester was not an important defensive structure at the time, or any repair/refortification has not left any evidence.

    Chester in the seventh century: the fortress defences

  • Mason's tantalising mention of "subsequent refortification" predating the medieval wall is also undated, so although it seems plausible to attach it to the burh of 907, it could be considerably earlier.

    Chester in the seventh century: the fortress defences

  • However, the “refortification” of the east wall south of the east gate mentioned by David Mason presumably did not conform to the same pattern as the thicker rebuild, or one would expect him to have said so.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • David Mason says there was evidence for a subsequent refortification, before the existing medieval wall and massive ditch was built in its current alignment probably in the late twelfth century.

    Chester in the seventh century: the fortress defences

  • If David Mason is correct that there was a subsequent refortification which predated the medieval wall, this is consistent with a long period of disrepair during the early medieval period, followed by a refortification either when the Danes briefly took the city in 894 or when “Chester was rebuilt” in 907.

    Chester in the seventh century: the fortress defences

  • David Mason says there was evidence for a subsequent refortification, before the existing medieval wall and massive ditch was built in its current alignment probably in the late twelfth century.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • If David Mason is correct that there was a subsequent refortification which predated the medieval wall, this is consistent with a long period of disrepair during the early medieval period, followed by a refortification either when the Danes briefly took the city in 894 or when “Chester was rebuilt” in 907.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Either the breach was still defensible with a sufficiently large and determined force, or Chester was not an important defensive structure at the time, or any repair/refortification has not left any evidence.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • However, the “refortification” of the east wall south of the east gate mentioned by David Mason presumably did not conform to the same pattern as the thicker rebuild, or one would expect him to have said so.

    Chester in the seventh century: the fortress defences

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