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Pseudisodŏmum

ψευδισόδομον). An early style of masonry used by the Greeks, in which the stones were regularly laid but were not of the same size (Vitruv. ii. 8, 6; Pliny , N. H. xxxvi. 51). (See Isodomus.) An example is found in the wall of the Lion Gate at Mycenae, for an illustration of which see Mycenae.

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