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Anglo Saxon house – a reconstruction

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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


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kev3d it's called outsource, automate, delegate.

Jeez while your on here YouTube THE FOUR HOUR WORK WEEK AUDIOBOOK and push play.

Interresting discussion below. In case nobody mentioned it, the advantage of splitting versus sawing shingles, is that split wood is totally with the grain, leaving no point of infiltration which is a good feature in a roof.

Khamomil

March 18, 2018

Ah good, now i can prove that they didn't live in mudhuts.

The Man Himself

July 12, 2018

That's what I want to know lol I did see a couple guys build a dugout a frame shelter with turf roof, they put turf also around outside of the hut and built the ground up a bit around it so any run off would run down and away from the hut but I haven't seen if it's worked for them or not.

Jeremy Knop

September 23, 2018

I guess that he doesn't know that potatoes came from the Americas.

luvmuzik4me

November 28, 2018

I somewhat agree but if you use only the techniques available to the people of the time what you construct has a high chance of being accurate.

Michael Balfour

December 3, 2018

Unbelievable, what a bitter old fart, probably just hurting inside from old age impotence and a wasted life.

Michael Balfour

December 3, 2018

Not much like the old American cabins. Those had beams so large they looked like they were made by giants.

Nancy Smith

February 7, 2019

Boring,boring

Timothy Foster

February 21, 2019

Or maybe he mispoke and meant something else. We've all been there. We want to see "orange" but we say "lemon".

stau ffap

March 23, 2019


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