Let those that dig a well or a pit be careful to lay planks over
them, and so keep them shut up, not in order to hinder any persons from
drawing water, but that there may be no danger of falling into them. But
if any one's beast fall into such a well or pit thus digged, and not shut
up, and perish, let the owner pay its price to the owner of the beast.
Let there be a battlement round the tops of your houses instead of a wall,
that may prevent any persons from rolling down and perishing.