MEDIEVAL BREAK-IN DEVICES AND        CASTLE WALLS       By, Zane, Chris A., and Derek
Castle walls are hard to break into                                      That’s why there are siege                       ...
Siege weapons are used to break into castles.
They were            always                   Usually a            unique,                  tree was                      ...
Conclusion to the Siege weaponsThis is the end of “part one.”     They were very important to take control      over a ca...
Materials :Battering Rams   A tree trunk (preferably oak, ash, or fir)    lined with metal and capped off with    bronze
Design: Battering Ram Most of them were mounted on wheels. A tree was suspended by metal chains  from a fire-proof roof....
Conclusion to Part 2
Part 3
Siege Towers Siege Towers were NEVER the same. They were very heavy and it took about  200 men to push them.
Materials and Design of Siege           Towers Siege Towers were always different from  each other. This is because they...
Conclusion to Part 3Siege Towers were avery important Siegeweapon.
THE END
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Medieval break in devices and castle walls

  1. 1. MEDIEVAL BREAK-IN DEVICES AND CASTLE WALLS By, Zane, Chris A., and Derek
  2. 2. Castle walls are hard to break into That’s why there are siege weapons
  3. 3. Siege weapons are used to break into castles.
  4. 4. They were always Usually a unique, tree was felled andThey were built for then tied toused to get the castle They were the batteringover castle they were used to ram and waswalls attacking break swung at its castle target gates
  5. 5. Conclusion to the Siege weaponsThis is the end of “part one.”  They were very important to take control over a castle.
  6. 6. Materials :Battering Rams A tree trunk (preferably oak, ash, or fir) lined with metal and capped off with bronze
  7. 7. Design: Battering Ram Most of them were mounted on wheels. A tree was suspended by metal chains from a fire-proof roof. The “shed” protected them from archers.
  8. 8. Conclusion to Part 2
  9. 9. Part 3
  10. 10. Siege Towers Siege Towers were NEVER the same. They were very heavy and it took about 200 men to push them.
  11. 11. Materials and Design of Siege Towers Siege Towers were always different from each other. This is because they were designed for the castle they were attacking. They were all made and designed differently.
  12. 12. Conclusion to Part 3Siege Towers were avery important Siegeweapon.
  13. 13. THE END
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