From the latin root rusticus, rustication refers to the construction of masonry in a rustic manner, often achieved through the usage of rusticated masonry. Popular in the Renaissance, this rough rustication was used for the lower story, and then was contrasted with smooth masonry above.

See also: vermiculate rustication, banded rustication, prismatic rustication
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