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500 BC
AD 43


Typical Tudor chimneys are very tall and thin. They are patterned, often with symmetrical patterns from moulded or cut brick. These type of chimneys are only found on 'rich' Tudor houses.

(Early Tudor times the houses, especially the poor houses, did not have chimneys. The wood smoke was allowed to escape from inside through a simple hole in the roof.)

Introduction to Tudor Houses Tudor Windows
What were Tudor houses made from? Tudor Chimneys
Characteristics of Tudor Houses Old or New?
Roofs of Tudor Houses Wealthy Tudor Homes
The Jetty Colourful Tudor Houses
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