tiltyard

[n] - (formerly) an enclosed field for tilting contests
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tiltyard

noun (formerly) an enclosed field for tilting contests
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Tiltyard

Area where jousting took place.
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Tiltyard

A tiltyard (or tilt yard or tilt-yard) was an enclosed courtyard for jousting. Tiltyards were a common feature of Tudor era castles and palaces. The Horse Guards Parade in London was formerly the tiltyard constructed by Henry VIII as an entertainment venue adjacent to Whitehall Palace; it was the site of the Accession Day tilts in the reigns of El...
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