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Althou gh boards wer e somet imes join ed by th e simple expedient of drillin g holes along th e edges and lashin g with leather or fiber th ongs, more refined techniques wer e also master ed. Fl at tongues , or keys, rather th an round dowels, wer e some times used in joinin g boards. These keys were ab out tw o inch es wide and were inserted in surface m ortises ch iseled int o th e abuttin g edges . T o sec ure th e keys, a hole was drill ed throu gh both board and key on eithe r sid e of th e joint , and a small round wooden peg dri ven through .
Kozak FIG UR E 15. Bronze Age axes: Above: Late form, cast in a mold, with hollow socket at top to receive crooked wooden handle. Length, 5Vs inches. Below: Earlier form, hammer hardened. Length, 5 inches. 21 AMERICAN WOODWORKING TOOLS • prevail ed on a member of th e tribe to m ake a stone axe and recorded the entire proc ess of manufacture. The tool-maker first carefully selected a suitable elongated ovoid stone; for several days he shaped it by removing fine particles with a hand-held hammerstone until he had roughl y obta ined th e shape required for th e blade.
The earl iest flat woodworkin g saws were of hammer-hardened copp er or br onze , with Vsha ped teeth. These were abrading tools, operating on th e pull stroke , with whi ch th e workman FI G UR E 18 . Br onze ch isel. True form of chi sel with r ound handle and flat blade sha r pened on one side; an ancient Egyptian developm ent. (After P etri e) 27 --- AMERIC AN WOODWORKING TOOLS F IGU RE 19 . E gyptian saw, S ixth Dyna sty (2330 H. ) . Copp er or bronze, with V-shaped teeth , fr om a scene depicting sawing.
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