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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Before the hillforts: domestic space in recent prehistory
    2.1. The relative invisibility of domestic space in recent prehistory
    2.2. Hamlets and dwellings during the Bronze Age: the weak imprint of a primitive rural society
    2.3. Progressing toward fortification
3. House, family and community in the Early Iron Age
4. Domestic space during the late Iron Age: the consolidation of the castros house pattern
5. Oppida and courtyard houses in the late Iron Age
6. The casa nostra: Romanization and domestic space in the northwestern hillforts
7. Squaring the circle: High Medieval architecture
Acknowledgments
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