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Halls have morphed into entrance halls and dining rooms have taken over one of their main functions. Inside a dovecote could be virtually empty boulins being located in the walls from bottom to top , the interior reduced to only the structure of a rotating ladder, or "potence", allowing the collection of eggs or squabs and maintenance. A pantry was where bread was kept and food preparation associated with it done. An ice-house was just that: In the upper halls of French manor houses, the fireplaces were usually very large and elaborate. Boudoirs A boudoir is a lady's private bedroom, sitting room or dressing room. It was generally a room close to the Great Hall and was traditionally the place from which the yeoman of the buttery served beer and candles to those lower members of the household not entitled to drink wine. Buttery A buttery was a domestic room in a castle or large medieval house. This sense of "closet" has continued use in the term "closet drama", which is a literary work in the form of theatre, intended not to be mounted nor publicly presented, but to be read and visualised in privacy. So are pantries and larders. In Rome in the third century AD, snow was imported from the mountains, stored in straw-covered pits, and sold from snow shops. Surviving 16th century and early 17th century specimens in England, Wales and Scotland are numerous, for example those at Longleat England , Burghley House England , Bodysgallen Hall Wales , Muchalls Castle Scotland and Crathes Castle Scotland. The wine cellars, however, belonged to a different department, that of the yeoman of the cellar and in keeping with the higher value of their contents were often more richly decorated to reflect the higher status of their contents.