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Celtic tribes lived in scattered villages. They did not live in houses made of concrete, but lived in roundhouses. Round houses , as the name suggests were round. The roofs were thatched and either made of heather or straw. The walls were made of daub ( mud and straw) and wattle (woven wood). There were no windows or chimneys although they had small holes at the top, so it often got very smokey. Often enough animals were kept inside at night, which made it even smellier! Sometimes, to decorate the roundhouses they drew designs on the walls.