[Tagging] Tagging Digest, Vol 39, Issue 22 message 1 Chateau
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Sun Dec 9 14:08:39 GMT 2012
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> From: Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
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> Subject: Re: [Tagging] ch?teau
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> 2012/12/8 A.Pirard.Papou <A.Pirard.Papou at gmail.com>
> > I have to tag a number of what we call ch?teau(x) in French.
> I think "castle" and also "stately home"/"mansion" and maybe also "ch?teau"
> could all be fine for these ;-).
> Hence, inescapably building=ch?teau but that doesn't seem to exist.
> Fortunately there is not a single one in the current db according to
> taginfo, so you are free to do what you want ;-)
Hi, I struggled with the same taggs and made a list, not complete yet with military and other buildings used and build long ago up to nowadays. Military Hillfort or ringfort, simple round stronghold with (earth)walls 600
– 900 AD
Military Fortress, build of wood or stone (The
Tower of London Gb, 1100 AD or Fort William Henry Ny 1750 AD)
Military Stronghold, simple
arrow like earth walls with ditch or trench 1300 AD
Historic Castle stonebuilding
to impress, (Pfalzgrafenstein De) 1320 AD
Military Motte- or baileytower a tower made of wood or
stone, a shelter standing on a hilltop, 1400 AD
Military Redoute, closed
(round) stronghold or fortress with earth walls 1400 AD
Vesting Reinforced city, Vauban like (Bourtange Nl) 1590 - 1740
Historic Palace, stone building with extravagance, (Le Louvre
Fr) 1600 AD
Military Factory / Outpost made out of what was available (Fort
Nassau Al) 1620 AD
Military Trench, made man ditch with earth
walls for protection
Military Anti_tank_ditch, ditch with steep and high sides,
sometimes filled with water
Military Fort, old Vauban like
fortress (Old Fort Henry Ca) 1830 AD
Military Emplacement site
to setup one or more artillery guns
Military Inundation_canal canal
specific for inundations
Military Inundation_lock lock
or sluice to let large amounts of water in, no ships
Military Inundation_dike dike
special made to keep the water in
Military Fortification, collection of bunkers and shelters (Fort Eben Emael) 1935
Historic Abandoned (military)
structure left without care or destruction
Military Embankment, possible
route through inundated areas And I didnt find tags for them either, should they become tags to and made into a proposition ? I dont expect to be the first one to signal these buildings and obstructions. Or is it better to leave it open ? Although I wouldnt mind to get some reactions.Greetz Hendrik.
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