Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit


An adze is a curved basalt or nephrite cutting tool with an edge at right angles to its body and handle. They were crudely chipped and later finely ground. They were used on wood, but also on antler and bone. Link: Knives and Adzes.

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