Petritoli the fortified gate.

Petritoli the fortified gate. In the 15th century, the castle of Petritoli suffered several attacks related to the struggle between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines: 1415 Carlo Malatesta, 1422 Braccio da Perugia, 1445 Pietro Brunoro, the castle suffered extensive damage to such an extent that the Petritolese community had to decide whether to abandon or rebuild the castle. It was decided to rebuild it and the weaker gate, the Petrania gate (nowadays Three Arches) was fortified, the defense was advanced compared to the ancient and no longer reliable fourteenth-century gate. The new door was a "war machine", two round bastions equipped with holes for slanting and squeezing cannons, three sides protected by walls with double battlements. In the event of a breakthrough of the main door, a 14th-century grate was lowered and the soldiers remained inside the walls while the archers, placed at the top, were protected by internal battlements. The proof of this new structure's resistance to war occurred in the 16th century; the "bloodthirsty" Odet de Foix, count of Lautrec, general commander of the army of the king of France in 1528, moves with his army to conquer Naples. Upon the arrival of this army in the Fermo area, many municipalities agreed to host and refresh the army, others such as Porchiano and Petritoli refused.

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