Reconstruction of a large wood house in the Folk Wood Architecture Museum "Vitoslavlitsy", near Novgorod, Russia. The wooden timbers rest on small boulders that sit directly on the ground surface. The house at the Folk Wood Museum would be typical of an elite residence and not the typical small, one room structure at many Medieval Slavic settlements.

House - Russian, дом [Dom]//// Belarusian, дом//// Bulgarian, къща//// Polish, dom//// Czech, dům//// Slovak, dom//// Serbian, кућа//// Croatian, kuća//// Macedonian, Куќа (ku-kya)



Distribution pattern of houses published by Sedov (1982).

House plan layout published by Baran (1978).

House plan published by Dovzhenok (1976).

House plan published by Dovzhenok (1976).

House plan published by Dovzhenok (1976).

House plan published by Dovzhenok (1976).

House plan published by Dovzhenok (1976).

House plan published by Baran (1978).

House plan published by Baran (1978).

Plans for two Medieval houses from Sedov (1982)

Plans for three Medieval houses from Sedov (1982).

Plan for a Medieval House from Karger (1974).

Plan for a Medieval House from Karger (1974).
Baran, Volodymyr Danylovych
1978 Problemy etnogeneza slavian. Naukova dumka, Kiev. [in Russian]

Karger, Mikhail Konstantinovich
1974 Kultura srednevekovoi Rusi: posviashchaetsia 70-letiia. Nauka, Leningrad. [in Russian]

Dovzhenok, Vasyl Iosypovych
1976 Doslidzhennia z slov'iano-rus'koï arkheolohiï . Naukova dumka, Kiev. [in Russian]

Sedov, Valentin Vasil'evich
1982 Vostochnye slavi͡ane v VI-XIII vv. Moscow. [in Russian]"
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