About a yard and a half from the edge of the rat room of the Greek Hovel as was stood a very large rock. It was so large that it was just impossible to move. How it got there I have no idea but it seemed wrong after so many thousands of years to whitewash it from history...
And so, though the workmen found this hard to understand, I insisted that it be dug out and that the now extended wall of the rat room be built in a way that incorporates the rock, as you can see below. It bulges out from the smooth lines of the house on both the inside and outside and so some may think this is an error. But I'm happy to stick with the rock.
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