Cyclopean Masonry

Cyclopean masonry is a form of stonework where massive stone boulders are fitted together with minimum gaps between adjacent stones. Typically without any tooling, leftover gaps in cyclopean walls are generally filled with smaller stones without mortar. Cyclopean masonry is notably found in ancient Mycenaean architecture and is named after the mythical Cyclops who would have the strength necessary to move the enormous stones into place.

Cyclopean Masonry has a height of .
The Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , width of , and depth of .
The Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Cyclopean Masonry is set at with arms at .
The Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , length of , and depth of .
The Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The seat height of the Cyclopean Masonry is set at .
Cyclopean Masonry have an overall length of and width of . Cyclopean Masonry have an overall area of .
The Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The Cyclopean Masonry has a seat height set at and an arm height of .
The average Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of , withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of . A typical Cyclopean Masonry weighs between and has a lifespan of roughly .
The typical Cyclopean Masonry has an overall height of and body length of . An average Cyclopean Masonry weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .
Cyclopean Masonry has a width of and height of .
The Cyclopean Masonry has a height of , width of , and a depth of . The Cyclopean Masonry was released in .
The Cyclopean Masonry has a height of , width of , depth of , and weighs . The Cyclopean Masonry was released in .

Cyclopean masonry is a form of stonework where massive stone boulders are fitted together with minimum gaps between adjacent stones. Typically without any tooling, leftover gaps in cyclopean walls are generally filled with smaller stones without mortar. Cyclopean masonry is notably found in ancient Mycenaean architecture and is named after the mythical Cyclops who would have the strength necessary to move the enormous stones into place.

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Process: Massive unworked stone
Uses: Ancient architecture, fortifications
Style: Epic

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Cyclopean Stone Masonry wall elevation

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