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Notre Dame Cathedral Maurice de Sully, Paris, France, 1163 : 

Notre Dame Cathedral Maurice de Sully, Paris, France, 1163 STONE MASONRY Sedimentary Igneous Metamorphic

TYPES OF STONE MASONARY: 

TYPES OF STONE MASONARY Sedimentary Sediment from shell and marine organisms via water & wind i.e: limestone,sandstone Igneous rock deposited in a molten state and cooled i.e: granite Metamorphic igneous or sedimentary rock that has been transformed thru heat and pressure i.e: marble, slate

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THAT LAST SLIDE WAS A JOKE, IN THAT THE WORD MASONRY WAS SPELLED WRONG. IT’S NOT MASONARY , like most people think, PLEASE DON’T MAKE THAT MISTAKE! AND IF YOU DO MAKE THAT MISTAKE DO NOT TELL PEOPLE WHO YOUR PROFESSOR WAS! Remember: ONLY 1 “A” AND ONLY 3 SYLLABLES MASONRY

the Parthenon atop the Acropolis: 

the Parthenon atop the Acropolis Sedimentary: limestone sandstone travertine can not accept a polish porous: contains ground water “quartz sap” that must be dried out

Caryatids: stone columns in the shape of Greek women: 

Caryatids: stone columns in the shape of Greek women Sedimentary: sandstone mostly calcium and magnesium travertine: looks like marble but is richly patterned limestone

TYPES OF LIMESTONE: 

TYPES OF LIMESTONE   white buff gray oxide red

IGNEOUS STONE DEPOSITED IN A MOLTEN STATE AFTER BEING CREATED INSIDE THE EARTH FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS : 

IGNEOUS STONE DEPOSITED IN A MOLTEN STATE AFTER BEING CREATED INSIDE THE EARTH FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS GRANITE composed of Mica Feldspar Quartz Very hard (strongest of common stones) Non-porous

Metamorphic Stone : 

Metamorphic Stone Marble A METAMORPHIC ROCK CONSISTING OF FINE TO COARSE GRAINED RECRYSTALLIZED CALCITE(LIMESTONE) MARBLE MAY BE PINK, WHITE, GRAY, RED OR BLACK, DEPENDING ON THE IMPURITIES IN THE ORIGINAL LIMESTONE Slate ;’dlfj g

Marble, a metamorphic stone : 

Marble, a metamorphic stone Types of Marble ;hd ;hjdsf

Slate, a metamorphic stone: 

Slate, a metamorphic stone Pictures and types

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PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MARBLE

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QUARRYING & MILLING STONE

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MARBLE QUARRIES

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INDIANA LIMESTONE: 

INDIANA LIMESTONE

THIN FACE LIMESTONE WITH PRECAST CONCRETE BACKING: 

THIN FACE LIMESTONE WITH PRECAST CONCRETE BACKING

STEEL REINFORCING : 

STEEL REINFORCING

FINISHED PRODUCT AT YARD: 

FINISHED PRODUCT AT YARD

MECHANICAL ATTACHMENT : 

MECHANICAL ATTACHMENT OF THIN FACE VENEER

THESE ARE STEPS JUST INCASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW: 

THESE ARE STEPS JUST INCASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW SOME STONES ARE LAID IN MORTAR

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MARBLE TILES MARBLE TILES ARE EASILY IDENTIFIED BY THEIR MINERAL VEINS MARBLE TILES ARE GENERALLY SOLD WITH POLISHED & SEALED SURFACES.

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SIZES MARBLE SLABS

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DANBY WHITE VERDE ANTIQUE CHAMPLAIN BLACK

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MARBLE SHOPS

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THIS IS CALLED A BELLE-CRANE NOW YOU KNOW

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PORTABLE STONE ROUTER

RUBBLE STONE: 

RUBBLE STONE rubble: random non-rectilinear shapes

ASHLAR STONE: 

ASHLAR STONE coursed: rectilinear shapes with continuous horizontal mortar joints.