Ancient Greek homes were built around a courtyard or garden. The walls were often made from wood and mud bricks. They had small windows with no glass. Men and women lived in different parts of the house. Women had the back and upstairs part. Most houses in Ancient Greek towns were built from stone or clay. In most of ancient Greece, a house was built around an open air courtyard. Houses were built of stone, wood, and clay bricks. They were sturdy and comfortable.
What we know about ancient Greek houses comes from writing and pictures from those times. The reason is that most houses were made of mud and they. Ancient Greece house foundations at Alkyrnas, in western Greece near Patras Pin it! Share on What were Greek houses made of? People. In this lesson, find out what materials were used to build Greek houses, and The ancient Greeks actually lived in homes made of sun-dried mud bricks.
About Ancient Greek. Greek houses were single-story dwellings made of masonry stone Women were seperated from men's gatherings. Most homes in ancient Greece had a courtyard, which was the center of activity. Children Houses were made out of sun-dried brick on a foundation of stones. What kind of houses did the poor people of Ancient Greece live in? What were the walls made of - mud? wood? Were there quarters of the poor. The wealthiest Greeks had the biggest houses. They always had their houses built first because the builders would get paid more if the houses were done faster.