Arch3: Structure and function

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  • Structure and Function
    • Domestic
      • Example
        • Skara Brae
        • Bayleaf, Open Air Museum
      • Ecofacts
        • Crop seeds
        • Red rust Flour beetle
          • Found at York
        • Cooked/ Butchered bones/ food remains
      • Artefacts
        • Quern Stones
        • Whet Stones
        • Pots and pans
        • Spindle Whorls
          • Found at Glastonbury
    • Ritual
      • Examples
        • Temple of Uley
        • Hayling Island Temple
      • Ecofacts
        • Human Remains
          • *Inhumation *Cremation  *Excarnation
        • Sactificial remains eg, animal bones
      • Artefacts
        • Votiver offerings
        • Inscriptions
        • Grave goods
    • Social
      • Examples
        • Forum, Pompeii
      • Ecofacts
        • Food remains
          • Feasting
      • Artefacts
        • Documentary eg, Chronicle
        • Inscriptional
        • Town layout
          • Forum, Pompeii
          • Amphitheatre
    • Defensive
      • Examples
        • Broch of Gurness
        • Danebury Hill Fort
      • Ecofacts
        • Skeletal injuries
        • deliberate burning
      • Artefacts
        • Armour and weapons
        • Inscriptions
        • Defences
    • Economic
      • Examples
        • Granaries at Danebury
        • Water Mill at Open Air Museum
      • Ecofacts
        • Carbonised Remains, EG, bread at Pompeii
          • Red Rust Beetle remains found at York
        • Domesticated animal bones
        • Pollen analysis can shows forest clearance
          • Pollen of Weeds found at Danebury
      • Artefacts
        • Coins
        • Inscriptions written sources
        • Shop fronts
  • Bayleaf, Open Air Museum
  • Feasting

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