The windows, hidden from the exterior by the curtain wall, are slightly rounded.
As we conversed thus, we came in front of a great arched doorway, in a curtain wall connecting two massive fragments of rock.
Except for the beveling of the mold for the curtain wall recesses, the framing is all plain saw and hammer work.
Wafts of smoke were escaping near the foundations of the curtain wall near the gate!
The sea washes the rocks on which they are built, and in time of storm the spray flies over the curtain wall.
The ruins consist of two towers, with part of a gateway and curtain wall, together with fragments of massive bastions.
It was erected by Alan Fergeant, who in 1071 commenced operations and encircled the triangular site with a curtain wall.
Already the ditches are deep, the curtain wall of hawthorn high and impenetrable, the approaches narrow.
The manifest and only function of the rib or counterfort is to tie together the curtain wall and the horizontal slab.
Mayne realized that the bone framework formed a sort of curtain wall.