The photos show some reconstructed wattle and daub houses from the 10th century. There are exhibitions and old tools in all of these. Well, except one which houses a surprisingly modern variant of toilets.
Reconstructed 10th century houses
The buildings are part of the palatine castle complex of the open air museum Tilleda
that shows a - partially reconstructed - Medieaval palatine castle. The main hall and the chapel were separated from these houses by an additional wall. Not much is left of these; reconstruction is still going on. There were more houses in the area between the outer wall and the castle proper than have been reconstructed. A street in the outer bailey
In the 10th century when Tilleda was in its bloom, more than a hundred people must have lived within the walls and thus under the protection, of the castle. They lived there all the time, while the kings /n emperors visited Tilleda only a few times over the years.