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Opus africanum is a form of ashlar masonry used in Carthaginian and ancient Roman architecture, characterized by pillars of vertical blocks of stone alternating with horizontal blocks, filled in with smaller blocks in between.
- Roman concrete (opus caementicium) - Building material used in construction during the late Roman Republic and the Roman Empire.
- Dougga in Tunisia contains many examples of opus africanum.
- Adam, Jean-Pierre (1999). Roman Building. Routledge. Pages 120-121. 
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