First published in 1877, this is a detailed and illustrated account of some 230 excavations of Bronze Age burial mounds.heels; moreover, from the presence of decayed wood on the sides of the blade, it would seem as if the axe had been protected by ... The blade is of the simplest form, modelled on the pattern of the stone axe, and may, it is probable, be regarded as the ... It had evidently been fixed into a solid handle to a depth of two inches, and that part of the blade which had been ... and so had prevented that end of the axe-head covered by it from being acted upon, by one agency or another, to theanbsp;...
|Author||:||William Greenwell, George Rolleston|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-11-20|