Citadel

Heavily fortified, independent defensive structure within city walls, dominating an ancient or medieval town; in the bastion system, the strongest part of the fort.

Citadel

A citadel was a key feature of a Greek city, being the stronghold around which large communities originally developed. When a city expanded, and a protective encircling wall was built to protect the citizens' houses, the citadel lessened in importance, though it often became a religious centre and housed the public treasury. The acropolis of Athens...
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Citadel

stronghold within or close to a city
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Citadel

Operational code name for the German attack on the Soviet forces near Kursk, July 1943
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Citadel

A fortress that is within a part of a town but is isolated from it, forming a fortified town within a town. Sometimes it is known as an inner castle, ickale in Turkish.
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Citadel

Cit'a·del noun [ French citadelle , Italian citadella , di.... of citt... city, from Latin civitas . See City .] A fortress in or near a fortified city, commanding the city and fortifications, and intended as a final point of defense. Syn . -- Stronghol...
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citadel

noun a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle
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Citadel

• (n.) A fortress in or near a fortified city, commanding the city and fortifications, and intended as a final point of defense.
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Citadel

(from the article `Budapest`) ...south of Castle Hill rises the higher Gellért Hill (771 feet), a steep limestone escarpment overlooking the Danube, which provides a panoramic ...
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citadel

(from the article `Central Asian arts`) ...in the more prosperous, more heavily populated, and more highly urbanized state of Chorasmia (later Khwrezm). Chorasmia`s defensive architecture ... The excavations revealed that Harapp was similar in plan to Mohenjo-daro, with a citadel resting on a raised area on the western flank of the town...
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Citadel

(from the article `Vidor, King`) ...Elmer Rice; Our Daily Bread (1934), dealing with the formation of a farm cooperative; The Wedding Night (1935), containing a sensitive depiction ...
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citadel

citadel 1. A fortress or strongly fortified building in or near a city, used as a place of refuge. 2. An organization or institution which strongly defends a particular way of life or principle. 3. A stronghold or fortified place; a bulwark. 4. Etymology: from 1586, 'fortress commanding a city', from Italian cittadella, diminutive (small version...
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Citadel

[song] `Citadel` is a song by English rock band The Rolling Stones, released as the second track on their 1967 album Their Satanic Majesties Request. Driven by a guitar riff played by Keith Richards, the song is notably harder, with a stronger guitar presence, than other songs on the psychedelic album. According to bassist Bill Wyman, the s...
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Citadel

[U.S. Senate] Citadel (sub-title: The Story of the U.S. Senate) is a study of the United States Senate by the journalist William S. White. Written in 1956, the book anticipates the great changes afoot in post-war Washington. John Gunther in Inside U.S.A. had put the problem of Southern intractability over civil rights reform in perspective,...
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Citadel

[theatre] The result of the debate was delete. Mailer Diablo 12:00, 7 February 2006 (UTC) ===Alice E. Altoon=== Is simply being a county judge enough to get in wikipedia? Doesn`t seem notable enough. Esprit15d 20:16, 1 February 2006 (UTC) ...
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Citadel

[software] Citadel is the name of a bulletin board system computer program, and of the genre of programs it inspired. Citadels were notable for their room-based structure (see below) and relatively heavy emphasis on messages and conversation as opposed to gaming and files. The first Citadel came online in 1980 with a single 300 baud modem; ...
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Citadel

[video game] Citadel is a computer game developed for the BBC Micro and released by Superior Software in 1985. It was also ported to the Acorn Electron. A platform game with some puzzle solving elements, the game`s plot involves finding five crystals hidden in various locations in a large castle, together with areas outside it (including a ...
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Citadel

[disambiguation] A citadel is a fortress. Citadel may also refer to: ==Places== ==Companies== ==Computing== ==Games== ==Literature== ==Music== ==Other uses== ...
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Citadel

A citadel is a fortress protecting a town, sometimes incorporating a castle. The term derives from the same Latin root as the word `city`, civis, meaning citizen. In a fortification with bastions, the citadel is the strongest part of the system, sometimes well inside the outer walls and bastions, but often forming part of the outer wall for the .....
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Citadel

stronghold within or close to a city
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