Popular presentations of archaeology almost inevitably include reconstructions. A major part of TroiaVR are three-dimensional computer reconstructions of Troy created by archaeologists working at Troy.
Building stones of reconstructions are:
From all this conclusions can be drawn on how buildings now destroyed may have looked like, and how people used to live in those houses. Reconstructions are visual interpretations - they do not show how things really looked like, but how we can imagine them using all knowledge available to us.