Table 1 . Integration [ HH ] values of the street network
that differences in wealth were not visible from the outside of Classical houses . According to her , this resulted from a prejudice against the projection of economic distinctions between households , while differences in the interior were a different matter ( Westgate 2007 , 239 ). As is known from Olynthos ’ material record , some houses were decorated with mosaic floors or enlarged by expanding into parts of neighbouring houses . However , equality could have been the basis for the construction of the North Hill ’ s housing district .
Micro-scale analysis : doorways The micro-scale system counts 97 front doors : 70 single doors of little over a meter wide ( 72.2 percent ) and 27 double doors of about two meters width ( 27.8 percent ). There are also 18 examples of a more elaborate form of the exterior doorway ,
Figure 3 . Activity areas in the micro-scale spatial system ( after Cahill 2002 , 28 fig . 7 )
the prothyron . This doorway is created by placing the actual entrance ( s ) maximum two meters inwards of the door aperture in the outer walls of the house . Prothyra create an extra , more private , space by distancing the door from the streetscape , while all other entrances in Olynthos are directly connected to the street ( Nevett 2009 , 80 ). To investigate whether doorways on certain streets are preferred over others , the analysis looks at the 18 corner houses of the housing blocks , as only these houses were surrounded by more than one street ( fig . 3 ). Out of the 45 doorways , 31 are located on an avenue ( 68.9 percent ) and 14 on a street ( 31.1 percent ).