Donjon

Large main building of a medieval castle. Keep is an alternative name for donjon, particularly widely used down to the 12th century.

Donjon

• (n.) The chief tower, also called the keep; a massive tower in ancient castles, forming the strongest part of the fortifications. See Illust. of Castle.
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Donjon

[role-playing game] Donjon (French for keep) is an independently published role-playing game by Clinton R. Nixon, published by Anvilwerks. ==History== Donjon, a narrative dungeon crawl by Clinton R. Nixon, was one of the indie role-playing games that appeared in the months following the casual gathering of indie enthusiasts at the booth for...
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Donjon

Don'jon (dŭn'jŭn) noun [ See Dungeon .] The chief tower, also called the keep ; a massive tower in ancient castles, forming the strongest part of the fortifications. See Illust. of Castle .
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Donjon

A donjon is the grand central tower or keep of a Norman or mediaeval castle, frequently raised on an artificial elevation. It was the strongest portion of the building, a high square tower with walls of enormous thickness usually detached from the surround buildings by an open space walled, called the Inner Bailey, and another beyond called the Out...
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Donjon

A donjon is the principal tower of a castle, situated in the innermost court or bailey, which the garrison could make the last line of defence. Its lower part was commonly used as a prison.
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Donjon

A great tower or keep.
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Donjon

A great tower or keep.
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Donjon

A great tower or keep.
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Donjon

another name for a great tower or keep
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Donjon

another name for a great tower or keep
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Donjon

Castle keeps, popular in the later 16th Century. The first castle keep was built by Matsunaga Hisahide in 1567 at Tamon. Donjons were ultimately designed as much for appearance as defensive capability.
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donjon

keep or great tower, the main citadel of a castle
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Donjon

The principal tower of a castle.
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