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[Cob] roman cementJoe Skeesick joe at skeesick.com
Sat Jun 5 14:00:52 PDT 2004
I doubt that wood ash would work as a viable substitute (though I can't say definitively that it wouldn't) However, here in the UK (as well as other non-volcanic Roman territories I'm sure) they substituted brick dust/fired clay for volcanic ash. J -----Original Message----- From: coblist-bounces at deatech.com [mailto:coblist-bounces at deatech.com]On Behalf Of chris m Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 4:29 PM To: coblist at deatech.com Subject: [Cob] roman cement i have been a lurker for some time now and have found the list to be informative,helpful,and at times entertaining(wont mention the who) i would like to ask if hardwood ash (almost exclusively red oak) could be used inplace of volcanic ash to make a mortar. cobbing in pa chris --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Friends. Fun. Try the all-new Yahoo! Messenger _______________________________________________ Coblist mailing list Coblist at deatech.com http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist
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