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    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A mobile wooden siege wall concealing a soldier firing a mortar.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A siege bridge with a sliding mechanism for extending across rivers or moats.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A soldier ascends a wooden siege ramp.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    Soldiers ride in a wheeled siege vehicle with windows for firing weapons.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    On the left is a telescoping siege device powered by a screw mechanism, and on the right is a rope ladder dangling from a castle tower.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A fortified tower filled with soldiers is raised using a telescoping leg system driven by a pulley.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A soldier ascends a siege ladder equipped with wheels.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    The image shows a soldier climbing a siege ladder alongside a schematic of a different ladder in three parts that can be screwed together.

    • Aries
    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A battering ram with an iron tip in the shape of a ram's head.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A siege engine in the form of a portable shelter behind which soldiers could take cover and advance in the face of projectiles. This form is equipped with spikes to deter head-on attack from opposing forces.

    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    A siege engine in the form of a portable shelter behind which soldiers could take cover and advance in the face of projectiles. This one appears to be equipped with a perforated grate in the middle through which the…

    • Falx
    • 1529 (M.D.XXIX)

    The siege hook, or falx, was a siege engine dating back to Roman times. Similar to a battering ram, the siege hook was tipped with a pry bar, and the ram had handles for twisting and either splintering wooden doors or…