Anglo-Saxon house with a shingle roof.
This represents a typical large Anglo-Saxon dwelling probably belonging to someone with high-social status.
Sometimes wooden shingles were used instead of reeds. This was dependant on what natural resources were avaiable. Shingle was cheaper than thatch.
This represents a typical large sized Anglo-Saxon dwelling. These were usually one large room where food was cooked, meals were eaten and the inhabitants slept.
Length 36mm, width 29mm, height 23mm.
Sculpted by Philip Page (6milPhil).
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