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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ An Anglo Saxon house based on Anglo Saxon history. A reconstruction of an Anglo Saxon home built over a pit by the East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Partnership. A style of building which could be copied and used in woods and forests to form a shelter today. http://woodlands.co.uk

Posted in: Uncategorised, Wood for Building ~ On: 18 December, 2009

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96 comments so far

Keith Chamberlain
April 10, 2019

Fire. In a pit, inside the house.

Nikolai zazzoslki
April 23, 2019

That is black people that did

April 25, 2019

abuda gupta hell they still live in mud huts

Nikolai zazzoslki
April 25, 2019

@ᛋᚪᚳᛋᚩᚾᛚᚪᚾᛞ Yeah…

Stu McCabe
November 24, 2019

Some of this "experimental archeology" is nonsense. They find a rectangular depression with two post holes – there could be any number of uses and there is no evidence for what it's original purpose was.

Snazzy Quizzes
December 31, 2019

That house looks cool.

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