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16th Century Timber-Framed House

A 16th-century timber-framed house, at the top of Church Lane in Ely, England. Typical middle-class Elizabethan houses were framed with vertical timbers, which were often supported by diagonal timbers. The timbered walls were plastered with mortar and then whitewashed.

16th century timber-framed house
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gytr. 16th century house, Ely. Photo. 2004, Flickr, JPG, (Accessed October 25, 2018)

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