Pinned Half-Lap Joint
Typical location(s): Inner meeting point of the elements of the Andrew's cross braces. Typical structures: Belfry of Nemesborzova // Church
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Mortise and Tenon Joint
Typical location(s): where posts join the beam-type elements (plates, purlins etc.) Typical structures: Belfry of Nemesborzova // Church of Magyarvalk├│
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Pinned Dovetail Joint
Typical location: elements of Andrew's cross braces to meet the posts and knee braces to meet both posts and beams.
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Jowled Post
Typical location and assmebly: the connection resolves the meeting of the tie beam and the arcade plate arriving from perpendicular
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Bridle Joint
Typical location: it is commonly used to join the tops of principal rafters at the ridge of the roof. Typical
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Bird’s Mouth Joint
Typical location: rafters to meet the purlin or aisle (eaves) plate Typical structure: Manor Barn of Frindsbury
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Splayed Scarf Joint
Typical location and usage: to extend the lengths of the collar purlins and the arcade plates, the main longitudinal elements
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Wedged Mortise and Tenon Joint
Typical locations: tie beams to meet the posts Typical structure: House of Normandy
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