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A new house has already been created to replace the 1974 one, also using building techniques that might have been used by Anglo-Saxons.
Dr Hoggett, Suffolk county council archaeologist and advisor to the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village Trust, said: "Understanding how the buildings were made helps us understand how the Anglo-Saxons lived and what their settlements might have looked like.
"We're finishing an experiment that began 40 years ago and we are hoping some of the original 1974 Cambridge University students will get involved again."
The building is due to be taken down between the October half-term and Christmas, with the results presented to the public at Easter.