murus gallicus

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Latin term for a Gallic wall or rampart. It is distinguished by its stone‐faced construction with timber and rubble core, in which the timbers were placed in horizontal layers, criss‐crossing laterally and longitudinally, with the lateral beams inserted flush into the stone revetment front and rear.

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