Reticulated Work

Reticulated Work (Lat. opus reticulatum=network), masonry constructed with diamond- shaped stones, or square stones placed diagonally. In the city of Rome this mode of decorating the surface of a wall is generally characteristic of the period of the early empire; it was frequently imitated in Romanesqume work in the tympanum of a door-way, especially in Norman work.

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