A 16th-century engineer whose work almost defeated an Empire – Ars Technica


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A 16th-century engineer whose work almost defeated an Empire
Ars Technica
Engineers had long been an integral part of warfare. They helped cities create better defenses, with high, strong walls punctuated by slits for firing arrows—or crenelations for releasing boiling oil. For their part, army engineers crafted siege

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