Boundary markers in the Middle Ages

Hello, we sit around and superior grade were what boundary markers in the Middle Ages can anyone help in the nets is only crap.

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grenzstein

Landmarks .... Previously mostly angular stones erected to mark the boundaries of an area. You often find these stones still wild in forests, or restored and maintained by the public sector.

Something to mark the boundary.

Or even a Mark on the border .. brands are tracts of land, then so on the border of the empire to another.

meanings:

[1] means for marking the border of neighboring dominions [2] figuratively perceptible dividing line between any areas

Something like a frontier post today. A rock in the ground with a crest on it or painted. - I would tap.

Date: 2019-05-02 Views: 0
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