en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motte-and-bailey_castle

A motte-and-bailey castle is a fortification with a wooden or stone keep situated on a raised earthwork called a motte, accompanied by an enclosed courtyard, ...

rationalwiki.org/wiki/Motte_and_bailey

May 16, 2018 ... Motte and bailey (MAB) is a combination of bait-and-switch and equivocation in which someone switches between a "motte" (an easy-to-defend ...

www.castlesandmanorhouses.com/types_03_motte.htm

A motte-and-bailey is a form of castle situated on a raised earthwork and surrounded by a ditch and protective fence. This was the most common form of castle in ...

www.castlesworld.com/tools/motte-and-bailey-castles.php

Motte and bailey castles were immensely popular for nearly 200 years. Learn what made this castle-design a key element in the Norman conquest of Britain.

www.ancient.eu/Motte_and_Bailey_Castle

May 17, 2018 ... The motte and bailey castle was an early form of medieval fortification especially popular with the Normans in northern France and Britain ...

heterodoxacademy.org/the-motte-and-the-bailey-a-rhetorical-strategy-to-know

Aug 9, 2017 ... That's why philosopher Nicholas Shackel coined the term “motte-and-bailey” to describe the rhetorical strategy in which a debater retreats to an ...

www.historyonthenet.com/motte-and-bailey-castles

Motte and Bailey Castles were a common design of castles in the Middle Ages, combining ease of construction with defensibility.

www.castlewales.com/motte.html

A motte is an enditched mound, usually artificial, which supported the strongpoint of the motte-and-bailey castle, overshadowing the bailey or enclosed courtyard ...

slatestarcodex.com/2014/11/03/all-in-all-another-brick-in-the-motte

Nov 3, 2014 ... One of the better things I've done with this blog was help popularize Nicholas Shackel's “motte and bailey doctrine”. But I've recently been ...