T. D. ATKINSON
is a large block of building formirg, apparently, one house, as all or almost
all tlie rooms lead into one another. In G 2, again we find a building
wliicli may be one bouse or two. The Spaces 7, 8, 9, 14 may have been
open t,o the street; 15, 16, 18, 19 may have f'ormed one establishment; 24,
Fig. 44.—Plan and Sectios of Smalt. Chamber in 6 3: 4.
-25, 26 may have been a separate house and 27, 28, may have formed part of
it. The house isdevoid of detail, interesting or oth-erwise. The ' Fishermen '