wattlework

wattlework

(ˈwɒtəlˌwɜːk)
n
(Architecture) a simple covering for a human dwelling constructed from interwoven branches and leaved twigs
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In the central part of the hill-fort a number of 10th century houses built using wattlework were unearthed.