aisled hall

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A timber structure in which the weight of the roof is borne on rows of internal posts which divide the interior into a ‘nave’ and flanking ‘aisles’. The regular plan for north German and Scandinavian houses in the migration period, the type has an ancestry which runs back to the 4th or 5th millennium bc.

Subjects: Archaeology — History.

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