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Also *ranzumi —Ο. Piling up unhewn rocks or random masonry. The earliest and technically least sophisticated method used to build dry stone castle walls employing naturally found unworked rocks. Compare with *gobouzumi ‹δξΟ.
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Bicyuu Matsuyamajou ”υ’†ΌŽRι (Okayama)

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