alure] Wall-walk, passage behind the parapet of a castle wall. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 225) The patch along the top of a castle or town wall, providing access to any part of the wall circuit behind the cover of the parapet. (Wise, Terence. Medieval Warfare, 246) Related terms: Castle
walkway behind the parapet of a castle wall from which soldiers can defend a castle; also called a wall-walk
Walkway along the top of a wall.
A walkway on a wall.
A walkway at the top of a curtain wall surrounding the castle. The walkway could be made of masonry or wood.