Posted by **manny** on Sunday, September 16, 2007 at 3:24pm.

fire places are usually built so has to be very shallow with high backs. often they have structures to hold the burning logs apart. in a wood stove, the fire is inside a box that sits in the middle of the room. describe the heating mechanisms used by each. would the wood stove or the fire place be more effective in a drafty medieval castle?

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