. The ancient stone implements, weapons, and ornaments, of Great Britain. other form, apparently intended for use as an adze, is also ofrare occurrence. The specimen given in Fig. 39 was found atGanton, Yorkshire, and is in my own collection. It is very muchmore convex on one face than the other, which indeed is nearlyflat. The grinding is confined to the edge, but some parts of theflat face are polished as if by friction. 86 CELTS GROUND AT THE EDGE ONLY, [chap. Dr. Jolin Stuart, F.S.A. Scot., lias shown me a sketch of a largeimplement of this type, and considerably bowed longitudinally,found

. The ancient stone implements, weapons, and ornaments, of Great Britain. other form, apparently intended for use as an adze, is also ofrare occurrence. The specimen given in Fig. 39 was found atGanton, Yorkshire, and is in my own collection. It is very muchmore convex on one face than the other, which indeed is nearlyflat. The grinding is confined to the edge, but some parts of theflat face are polished as if by friction. 86 CELTS GROUND AT THE EDGE ONLY, [chap. Dr. Jolin Stuart, F.S.A. Scot., lias shown me a sketch of a largeimplement of this type, and considerably bowed longitudinally,found Stock Photo
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. The ancient stone implements, weapons, and ornaments, of Great Britain. other form, apparently intended for use as an adze, is also ofrare occurrence. The specimen given in Fig. 39 was found atGanton, Yorkshire, and is in my own collection. It is very muchmore convex on one face than the other, which indeed is nearlyflat. The grinding is confined to the edge, but some parts of theflat face are polished as if by friction. 86 CELTS GROUND AT THE EDGE ONLY, [chap. Dr. Jolin Stuart, F.S.A. Scot., lias shown me a sketch of a largeimplement of this type, and considerably bowed longitudinally, found at Boging-arry, Old-deer, Aberdeenshire. It is of flint, 4| inches long, and 2 inches wide. Another form of adze, if such it be, remarkably flat on one faceand narrow at the butt, is shown in Fig. 40. This specimen wasfound in S waff ham Fen, Cambridge, and is in my own collection.The flat face has been produced at a single blow, and has been leftalmost untouched, except where it has been trimmed to form theedge, which, however, has been rendered blunt by grinding. The.

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