Stone masonry is the craft of shaping and setting stones in buildings and other structures. It is one of the oldest forms of construction and has been used for thousands of years to build everything from small houses to large monumental structures. Stone masonry can be divided into two main categories: rubble and ashlar. Rubble masonry is made up of irregularly shaped stones that are laid in a random pattern, while ashlar masonry features carefully cut and dressed stones that are laid in a precise pattern. Both types of stone masonry require skilled labor and a good understanding of the properties of the different types of stone that are used. Stone masonry is still widely used today in the construction of buildings, walls, bridges and other structures, and it is considered to be both durable and beautiful.

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