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- In medieval fortification, a trou de loup (French for "wolf hole"; plural trous de loup, also commonly referred to as a tiger pit in the East) was a type...
- Tiger trap may refer to: Trou de loup, also known as tiger trap, a medieval booby trap Tiger Trap, an American pop band Tiger Trap (album), their 1993...
- camouflaged pit into which a soldier might fall (it would then be a trou de loup). Sometimes a pit would be dug with punji sticks in the sides pointing...
- trou de loup (wolf hole). The Manshu (Tang dynasty) states that rhinoceros were hunted in Yunnan using pit traps. Animal trapping Punji sticks Trou de...
- photographic realism in fine-art painting or decorative painting in a home. trou de loup lit. "wolf hole"; a kind of booby trap. va-et-vient  lit. "goes and comes";...
- Rampart Ringfort (Rath) Refuge castle Schwedenschanze Stockade Sudis Trou de loup Vallum Wagon fort (Laager) Vitrified fort Post-cl****ical Advanced work...
- shock-wave from the detonator sets off the main explosive charge. Simple Trou de loup booby trap: concealed pitfall with sharp spike at the bottom USSR booby...
- deep embrasures with arrow slits are to be seen at Aigues-Mortes and Château de Coucy, both in France. The etymology of embrasure expresses "widening". The...
- a number of obstacle types including abatis, caltrops, cheval de frise, and trou de loup. Trebuchet Cannon Mangonel Ballista Catapult Medieval warfare...
- extensive use of a variety of homemade booby traps including the old French trou de loup set with Bengali punji sticks. The North Vietnamese termed the smaller...
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