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  • Barley Hall, York - This medieval oak-framed house has been carefully restored to the way it would have looked in the 1480s. Photographs, visitor information.
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  • Gawmless End - An illustrated description and history of a historic old Lancashire farmhouse nestling among the Rossendale Hills in the West Pennines of northern England.
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  • Medieval Peasant Houses - Mainly in 14th-century England. Scholarly summary by Paul Gans of the Department of Chemistry, New York University, on his Medieval Technology Pages.
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  • RCAHM Vernacular Architecture - Outline of the Royal Commission for Ancient and Historic Monuments in Wales approach to the study of the traditional architecture of farmhouses, farm-buildings and cottages.
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  • Ryedale Vernacular Building Materials Research Group - A multi-disciplinary research group for those with an interest in the vernacular buildings of Ryedale, North Yorkshire, and in particular the building stones and source quarries. Membership, research, meetings, and bibliography.
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  • Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group - SVBWG provides a focus for people interested in the traditional buildings of Scotland. Illustrated description of its activities and events.
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  • Timber-Framed Houses - A beginner's guide to the history and construction of medieval timber-framed houses in England and Wales by the owner of one. Examples, bibliography and glossary.
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  • Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group - Researches and records the vernacular architecture of Yorkshire, organises conferences, dayschools and walkabouts, and publishes newsheets and an annual journal.
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  • Living Under a Medieval Field - An article by John Letts in British Archaeology on the evidence of widespread survival of ancient thatch on vernacular buildings. History of thatching. (April 01, 2001)
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  • Exploring the Round Houses of Doves - An article on dovecotes by Klara Spandl in British Archaeology, with references and a list of dovecotes open to the public. (June 01, 1998)
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