coursed rubble masonry

coursed rubble masonry

A masonry construction in which roughly dressed stones of random size are used, as they occur, to build up courses; the spaces between them are filled with smaller pieces or mortar. See also: Masonry
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It can be coursed rubble masonry or random rubble masonry.
The technique used in laying the veneer face in the Savannah bluff retaining wall is the coursed rubble masonry method.