GALLERY

, in Architecture, a covered place in a building, much longer than broad; which is usually placed in the wings of the building, and serving to walk in, and to place pictures in. It denotes a little aisle, or walk, serving as a common passage to several rooms placed in a line, or row.

Gallery

, in Fortification, a covered walk, or passage, made across the ditch of a besieged town, with timbers fastened in the ground and covered over,

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