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A photograph of domestic architecture in Unley Park, South Australia, featuring crenellation and false machiolation. Crenellation is an architectural feature that was commonly employed in the design of medieval castles and military structures. Cut…

In this article from a regular children’s column in the Sunday Times called “The Girls and Boys Club”, a standard and idealised description of medieval manor houses is provided. According to the author, a fifteenth-century manor house was a…

A view of the Fremantle Prison Gatehouse in Fremantle, Western Australia. The Gatehouse was constructed by convict labour between 1854 and 1855. It was built according to the design of Royal Engineer Edmund Henderson from limestone quarried on…