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David Goldfarb Traditional rural house

Until the tip of the nineteenth century, the normal Arab rural house within the villages of what was then Palestine consisted of one area while not divisions, divided into levels in keeping with varied functions administrated within the house. The rawiyeh is a lower level within the elevation of the curtilage thought-about to be the “dirty” a part of the house, used for storage and shelter explains David Raul Goldfarb.