What was an ancient Greek house like?

Answer

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.
1 Additional Answer
Ask.com Answer for: what did ancient greek houses look like
Images of ancient greek houses
ask.com/pictures · More images »
Explore this Topic
The Ancient Egypt houses were made of bricks and the roof timber was covered with thatch and matting. A mixture of lime and water was used to whitewash the walls ...
The Greek god Zeus was depicted as one wearing a crown of oak leaves and a veil. His chest and right arm were always bare. He was often found carrying a scepter ...
Houses in the 1930's were very similar to modern houses but they rarely had basements and due to the lack of funds, they were often converted into a boarding houses ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com