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Opus mixtum (Latin: "mixed work"), or Opus vagecum and Opus compositum, was an ancient Roman construction technique. It can consist in a mix of opus reticulatum and at the angles and the sides of opus latericium.
Opus mixtum was used in particular during the age of Emperor Hadrian (2nd century AD).
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