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A similar emphasis on aspect and vista was central to the design of RomanoBritish houses. The wealth of information recovered from Pompeii and Herculaneum must properly inform any general study of Roman housing, but the limitations of such evidence are legion. It is in particular unfortunate that the spatial and temporal range of the available information is so narrow. One of the most interesting aspects of the archaeological study of houses is the prospect it offers to study social change. The evidence for change at Pompeii and Herculaneum can only be interpreted with difﬁculty and cannot be taken beyond AD 79.
A similar shift in fashion is evident within the ﬁrst half century or so of the Roman conquest in Gaul, and is considered to represent the adoption of Roman, as opposed to native, construction techniques (Bloemers 1985: 134). Roman builders were not averse, however, to using the simpler earth-fast post construction techniques. Because of this it is not possible to draw a clear distinction between construction styles introduced in the preconquest phase and those more directly a consequence of the Roman presence (Black 1987: 20–3).
The animals were quartered in stalls set in the aisles of the building, which was divided longitudinally by a central passage. Wattle and daub walls and earth ﬂoors were common, and there was little evident attention to decorative order. The buildings were sometimes round-cornered. Some impression of the social and domestic arrangements represented by these buildings can be obtained from Norse sagas and early English sources. The hall could be a key location for gatherings and provided a focal point for social life.
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