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Categories: Fences, History of indigenous peoples of North America, Native American history, Archaeology of the United States, Pre-Columbian architecture
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palisade  pale fence  paling  Palisaded  Palisaded settlement
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Fortification consisting of a strong fence made of stakes driven into the ground WordNet 3.0
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Fortification consisting of a strong fence made of stakes driven into the ground WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
A palisade, sometimes called a stakewall or a paling, is typically a fence or defensive wall made from iron or wooden stakes, or tree trunks, and used as a defensive structure or enclosure. Wikipedia
Steel or wooden fence or wall of variable height, usually used as a defensive structure. Wikipedia Disambiguation
A fence made from paling, sticks or logs sharpened on one end into "pales" with the other on or embedded into the ground Wikipedia Disambiguation
Defensive structure; typically a fence or wall made from wooden stakes Wikidata
A long, strong stake, one end of which is set firmly in the ground, and the other sharpened. Wiktionary
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