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They are linked to the medieval guilds of stonemasons.
Eight hundred stonemasons, gilders, painters, wood-carvers, and upholsterers worked on the job.
Leonardo Calciano, a resident of Glastonbury and retired stonemason, sold the building spanning numbers 832 through 856 on Manchester's Main Street to Eastland LLC, owned by Tarequl Ambia.
The Steiner family -- acting as their own architect, engineer, builder, stonemason and carpenter -- took pride in their structures' durability.
A local stonemason built their moongate using rocks from the inn's Hill Country property.
Created by stonemason Eddie Foisy, a circular walkway takes you to a miniature medieval castle surrounded by fairy portals, a magic diorama enveloped in a bank of lush hosta, ferns and sweet woodruff.
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STONEMASON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stonemason for English Language Learners
: a person who cuts, prepares, and builds with stone
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