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Last edited 30 Mar 2021
A bartizan or bartisan (also referred to as a guerite or échauguette) is a small, wall-mounted turret that projects out from the angle on top of a tower or parapet. It is often situated on a corner and hangs out over a castle turret or church tower.
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