Wattle and daub was the standard building material.
In simplest terms, it consisted of mud with small sticks and straw mixed in to provide stability.
Wattle and daub was used for most buildings, including the king's hall, barn, craft shops, and homes. The only place the wattle and daub was not employed with was in granaries.
Though regularly worn down with rain, hail, or by handling, buildings constructed of wattle and daub could just as easily be repaired.