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Reconstitution d’une cabane excavée à 6 poteaux.

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Four à vocation culinaire, avec son dôme d’argile très bien conservé.

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Modèle de cabane excavée à 6 poteaux.

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Grophus som undersöks

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Grophusets golvyta och lerväggarna.

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Två arkeologer sitter på kanten till ett grophus.

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Caistor Anglo-Saxon building

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Birnie, Scotland: Sunken floor of a small oval building, probably Pictish in date (around 400-1000 AD)

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http://www.suffolktouristguide.com/STG-TTD-Stow-Village.jpg

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http://www.germantribes.org/img/saxonpithouse5thC.jpg

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West Heslerton: Grub2

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West Heslerton: Grub1

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West Heslerton

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Abandoned village of Marslebe

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Hohendolsleben

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Sunken Featured Building--grubenhaus

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1) Turves removed from pit area and laid as base of surrounding walls 2) Pit dug and earth piled around edges 3) Earth formed into walls, and shored-up on both sides 4) Ridge posts and beam set up 5) Main rafters set up 6) End wall plates laid 7) Framing of end walls 8) Well-fitting door inserted 9) Rafters set-up 10) cross-pieces fixed to hold thatch 11) Roof thatched, and end walls daubed. Interior cracks sealed with clay

Sunken Featured Building

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Grubenhaus, Langobardenwerkstatt Zethlingen

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A Brief History of Paganism & Witchcraft in Britain | Daughter of Avalon

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St Margaret's, Leicester

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