Baker's oven
 The baker's ovens, which since the Neolithic era became gradually the base of the human consumption, were built on the same principle: bricks of cob worked in the shape of dome and equipped with a plate. Refractory qualities of cob made it possible to cook bread or wafers without leaven after a few hours of heating. The wafers, plated on the internal face of the dome of the emptied furnace of these embers cooked there quickly, whereas the raised breads cooked on the plate in about thirty minutes. This type of furnace persisted a long time whereas existed the refractory bricks in parallel.