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Speckle or Specklin, Daniel (1536–89). Alsatian architect, engineer, and cartographer. He designed fortifications in numerous places, and wrote an important treatise, Architectura von Vestungen (Architecture of Fortresses) (1584), which contains a design for an ideal town, the plan of which is like a wheel, with houses laid out along the ‘spokes’: his ideas about town plans and town fortifications remained influential until well into C18. He also wrote Collectanea (1587), an architectural history of Strasbourg, with autobiographical information.

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Kruft (1994);
Oud-Holland, xix (1911), 111–17;
Rosenau (1975);
Jane Turner (1996)

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speck·le / ˈspekəl/ • n. (usu. speckles) a small spot or patch of color. • v. [tr.] [often as adj.] (speckled) mark with a large number of small spots or patches of color: a large speckled brown egg.

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