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One of the most common house-building techniques in the Middle Ages was the wattle and daub house. These houses were built of timber frames with spaces between the beams filled in with woven branches (wattle) plastered over by clay and straw (daub) and then whitewashed. The plans here provide several examples of wattle and daub houses.

The plans can be printed onto paper or card stock, cut out, and assembled. These buildings may be used for building medieval to renaissance towns, or as buildings around or within a castle. Towns can be used for war gaming settings or Shakespeare period dioramas.

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