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SUBJECT sun-dried brick
TYPE AAT
ALTERNATE sun dried mud brick
REFERENCE ID 300081146
NOTES The earliest type of brick, it is baked in the sun rather than hardened by the heat of a fire. Sun-dried brick has the advantage of being less expensive than fired brick but is generally less durable; it is well-suited to dry climates. For sun-dried brick containing straw and other binders, use the more specific "adobe."
HIERARCHY Materials Facet>Materials>materials (matter)>inorganic material>clay>brick (clay product)>sun-dried brick
CHILDREN adobe (material)

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