Mangonel

A light stone throwing engine, powered by a skein of twisted rope.

Mangonel

• (n.) A military engine formerly used for throwing stones and javelins.
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Mangonel

Man'go·nel noun [ Old French mangonel , Late Latin manganellus , manganum , from Greek ... See Mangle , noun ] A military engine formerly used for throwing stones and javelins.
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Mangonel

A catapult, sometimes referred to as a traction trebuchet or a torsion engine.
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mangonel

medieval war engine for throwing stones
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mangonel

siege engine for hurling heavy stones
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Mangonel

stone throwing catapult used as a siege engine
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Mangonel

stone throwing catapult used as a siege engine
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Mangonel

The mangonel was an engine used in war for battering down walls and hurling missiles. It was worked by counterpoise and was very accurate.
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