14th Century Violence D.18.11.06

5 Nov

There was a sense at the level of violence that was typical in the 14th century Towers were built as a way for looking out and seeing if the enemies were coming.
For example, the Campanile or bell tower of St. Mark’s Basilica served the same function in Venice, but the Venetians could look for a long time without seeing anyone coming. This was because Venice was built on the water.
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