Using TWOcase studies, one from each of your two chosen optional sections, answer ONEof the following questions. Use the two case studies you have chosen as the foundation for your analysis.Make sure that you incorporate the knowledge you have gained from Sections A and B in your analysis.1.What do the structural remains of houses tell us about the households that lived in them? To what extent can other categories of evidence supplement, corroborate or contradict the evidence of the houses themselves? 2.Critically evaluate the ways in which the evidence for households in the past (including material culture, texts, iconography, etc.) has been used to interpret social organization within the household (e.g. status, gender, age, etc.).3.How robust is our evidence for understanding the spatial distribution of different household activities?4.What can the archaeology (and other sources where applicable) of households tell us about food processing and foodconsumption processes? 5.In what ways do textual sources and material cultural data provide different perspectives on households in the past? To what extent is it possible to combine different categories of evidence to enhance our understanding of households in the past?