Rubble masonry is rough, unhewn building stone set in mortar, but not laid in regular courses. It may appear as the outer surface of a wall or may fill the core of a wall which is faced with unit masonry such as brick or cut stone.
- Snecked masonry - Masonry made of mixed sizes of stone but in regular courses.
Rubble masonry core of the unfinished Alai Minar in the Qutb complex, India, c. 1316 CE
- A Dictionary of Architecture, Fleming, Honour, & Pevsner
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