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" Of such articles as may be denominated implements, the must frequent one is somewhat in the form of an adze. The greater part of these were broken ; but a few perfect specimens have been found. The cutting-edge is not equally bevelled on each side as... "
Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk - Page 361
1872
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Norfolk Archaeology

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...described in the sequel. Of such articles as may be denominated implements, the most frequent one it somewhat in the form of an adze. The greater part...and may also have been used as hoes in cultivating tbe ground. I think it highly probable that stone implements of the axe and adze form have served a...
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Pre-historic Times

Sir John Lubbock - Archaeology - 1865 - 512 pages
...they are usually known, but without wishing to prejudge the question as to their purpose. They are flat on one side, and more or less convex on the other ; rudely triangular or quadrangular in Fie. 79. Fio. SO. Ffs. 81 . Danish Axe. i .. with the cutting...
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Abhandlungen, Volume 2

Science - 1871
...The triangulär axes (characteristic of the Ejökkenmoeddings äs well äs of the coast finds) are flat on one side and more or less convex on the other. They are never gronnd. The adge (bronght by Taylor from New-Zealand) very closely resembles the axes...
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Volume 8

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland - Scotland - 1871
...shape. The typical implement of " Grimes' Graves" somewhat resembles an adze. It has a cutting edge, flat on one side, and more or less convex on the other. It varies from 4 to 8 inches in length, and differs from any other type of tool I have met with, but...
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Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...galleries to be described in the sequel. Of such articles as may be denominated implements, the must frequent one is somewhat in the form of an adze. The...the chalk on the spot, and may also have been used aa hoes in cultivating the ground. I think it highly probable that stone implements of the axe and...
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