With a couple of garden hoses, apparently. Was this thing really made for defense? Couldn't enemies shoot flaming arrows over the wall from the nearest hills? Maybe it was one of those privacy fences put up to offend the neighbors.May be the defensive capabilities. It appears that it can be collapsed with rather low military effort.
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