The majority of surviving prehistoric house remains are considered to be skillfully constructed and carefully designed. The diversity of prehistoric house types and styles is examined in this book in relation to the materials and methods employed in construction, together with the various social requirements that influenced design. The many factors affecting the preservation of ancient dwellings are discussed, along with the advances made by archaeologists in the excavation and analysis of prehistoric houses in Britain.
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