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Wattle and daub is a traditional building technique used for constructing walls, typically in areas where wood, mud, and other natural resources are readily available. The technique involves weaving thin branches or sticks, called wattle, together to form a lattice-like structure, which is then covered with a mixture of mud, clay, sand, and sometimes animal dung, known as daub. These walls can be finished with Mud or lime plasters.
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