The heavy storms in February and March this year damaged one of the Stone Age houses at Masamuda.

In order to repair the house, that was originally built with Stone Age tools, members of the Putting Life into Late Neolithic Houses team joined forces under the supervision of Leo Wolterbeek and started the reparation of the house with ropes, wooden forks and levers.

Repairing the Vlaardingen house, (© Yuri van Koeveringe)

Thanks to the team, they managed it quite well and the house is now back into its original shape.

Please find the news item on the EXARC website: https://exarc.net/history/stone-age-house-repair.