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View looking into a reconstructed Early Bronze Age House. This "broad house" has its doorway on the "broad" or longest wall of the house – it is blocked by the modern iron grating. Note the low bench that lines the wall of the windowless house. Probably during the daytime sleeping mats were placed on this bench and in the nighttime they were unrolled on the floor for sleeping.
The pottery placed in the house are typical Early Bronze Age vessels.
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