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The wall could be described as a wall or a wall basically made with clay or clayey matter. This clay this mud are apisonados or crushed so to form a good compact and resistant surface that can keep standing once dry. The tamping seeks to ensure that no space or air between the different parts or sections of the surface since the material tends to be aerated. The tamping is done with some heavy element which can condense vertically clay and thus give greater strength to the structure.
So the material can keep standing straight and properly until it reaches the State of necessary drying, must be a formwork for which are placed wooden plates between which remains the mud or moist clay. In this way, while wall material has not yet dried such that keep this once-dry way condenses between these two plates of wood (sometimes also of metal) mode.
The walls have been very common in different parts of the world such as in the Near East or in pre-Columbian America where the material is abundant. However, they are also common in ancient times where forms of engineering and construction were not so advanced. Many times the surface of the wall is decorated with marking or work on the material until it dries.
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