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Do you want pillars around the courtyard? Will one room hold animals? You can L E N GT H also make some of the furnishings during this time. Mark your walls on the floor with pencil. Don’t forget to mark doorways. Cut a doorway in one narrow end of the box. Make the walls to divide the rooms. Measure the length of the piece of wall you want and mark the posterboard. Then, measure the height of the box wall, double this, and add about an inch (2 or 3 cm). This is the height of the piece of posterboard you will cut.
Materials Tupperware or other plastic container full of water Lid Clothes you don’t mind getting wet Directions Stand very straight. Balance the covered container of water on your head. ) Walk a few steps. Now imagine doing this for two miles with a heavy, breakable clay jar on your head! 34 Men’s Work and Women’s Work On farms, men and women worked equally hard but probably did different things. Most plowing, planting, and mending of terrace walls were probably done by men and boys. These jobs took strength as well as skill.
Floors were usually hard-beaten earth, but some rooms were cobbled (covered with small stones). Some scholars think that these cobblestone rooms may have housed donkeys, cows, goats, or sheep. In winter, the animals’ bodies would help warm the house, while their dung (dried poop scooped up from the cobblestone floors) fueled the cooking fire. A typical house was 10 to 13 yards long (9 to 12 m) and 8 to 11 yards (7 to 10 m) wide. Many of these houses had a second story constructed of wood or mud bricks.