3.What are some of the types of houses built in the medieval period, what materials and techniques were used to build them, and who would have lived in them? 4.Who owned this land and built the Wheat barn at Cressing Temple, Essex? What materials and techniques were used in its construction? Do you think this would bean expensive or inexpensive structure to build and why? [Lecture] 5.Who do we think built the manor house at Boothby Pagnell? What materials and techniques were used to build it? What are some of the rooms and interior spaces in a house like this and how does it compare to the longhouse? What are some of the visible features on the outside that identify it as a medieval structure? [Lecture] 6. How are the townhouses in England and France designed for their urban setting? What types of rooms are found inside and how do they differ from a house in the countryside? [Lecture] LECTURE OUTLINEIII . Medieval Castles, Cities, and HousesA. Fortified Cities1. Carcassonne, France, 8 th -13 th century (Château Comtal, 12 th century)
B. Bastides 1. Carcasonne, France, 13 th century 2. Monpazier, France, 13 th century C. Medieval Houses 1. Rural houses and structures a. The medieval longhouse b. Cressing Temple, Wheat Barn, Essex, United Kingdom, 13 th century c. The medieval manor house: Fortified Manor House, Boothby Pagnell, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, ca. 1180 2. Townhouses a. House, Worcester, England, United Kingdom, ca. 1500 b. House, Cluny, France, 12 th centuryc. Houses, Carcassonne, France, 13 th century All text and images subject to copyright ARCH 250 Fall 2016 Week Four Tuesday Images Medieval Cities Towns were centers of economic prosperity, also targets during war. Fortifications intended to provide defense, regulation of
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