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HUT

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A building of basic construction, usually smaller in size than a house and constructed from a variety of materials such as clay, turf, branches, wood, brick, concrete or metal. Use more specific type where known.

Beehive Hut (Non-Preferred) | Norse Hut (Non-Preferred)

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Term Note
BOTHY A small building used as temporary lodgings or shelter for farm labourers, shepherds, walkers or mountaineers. Often in an isolated location.
HUT CIRCLE A low, circular or oval bank of turf, earth or stone, which represents the remains of a roundhouse of later prehistoric date.

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