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Ashlar masonry: Ashlar masonry consists of uniform, rectangular blocks of stone with parallel faces, as were commonly used in the construction of classical Greek and Roman buildings.

Ashlar Masonry - Masonry construction using a square stone.
Asphalt Shingle - A roofing material made of a brown or black tar like substance mixed with sand or gravel.

Ashlar masonry: Smooth square or rectangular stones laid with mortar in horizontal courses
Coursed ashlar: Ashlar masonry built of stones having the same height within each course, but each course varying in height ...

Ashlar masonry - Stone masonry cut into rectangles and laid to create a wall.
Astragal - A molding. A simple convex, semicircle molding.

On the Mediterranean coast houses are generally stone built, often of ashlar masonry; their general appearance is that of Lebanese houses.

Where really massive columns were called for, such as those at Durham Cathedral, they were constructed of ashlar masonry and the hollow core was filled with rubble. These huge untapered columns are sometimes ornamented with incised decorations.[10] ...

See also: See also: Architecture, Masonry, Ashlar, Brick, Capital

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