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How did the defence of a castle change during the middle ages?

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First there were wooden castles that were easy to burn. So they nailed wet leather skins on the wooden castle walls. When the castles became made of stone the 'attackers' started to besiege the castle so the 'defenders' dug a moat around the wall so
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