What was an ancient Greek house like?

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In ancient Greece, the poor and rich people lived in different kinds of houses. All houses were made of mud bricks and needed frequent repairs especially the houses of the poor people which were very simple compared to the houses of the rich. The houses for the rich had more rooms centred around a courtyard and the floors and walls were carefully created using stones, tiles, or pebbles.
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