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51085 - Saxon Village
During the early Anglo-Saxon period, small villages were mostly made up of timber buildings, some in a style known as “pit houses” or “sunken houses” as half of the structure was built below ground level. Rough-hewn stones were used to construct many of the Dark Ages churches. A simple design featuring a tall nave and rectangular chamber, it would have had no windows and been illuminated only by torchlight.
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