> thought I would post this -- look especially at minutes 2:13 to
> 2:29, 6:27 (the corner) and 6:36 to 6:44 -- but really the
> whole video is great -- and NO -- they didn't use "copper"
> chisels to do this, so don't waste my time (or yours) --
> really look at the size of the excavation and the height of the
> wall -- staggering -- 3:22
> it was pasted to my this AM -- have a good one ---
> Post Edited (28-Jun-15 15:08)
This video demonstrates at 4.37 that the limestone wall was carved retrospectively to accommodate granite ashlar casing stones of various and random sizes.
Granite blocks that could not be cut down by the restoration team.
Not granite blocks that were custom cut for the job.
Post Edited (28-Jun-15 16:36)