ash billet 201404_#06

[4] each edge is left with two types of toolmark: the first is the remains of the bottom of cuts made in [2], cutting into the wood and through the fibres; the second is left by the longer, slicing cuts running parallel with the billet.

[4] each edge is left with two types of toolmark: the first is the remains of the bottom of cuts made in [2], cutting into the wood and through the fibres; the second is left by the longer, slicing cuts running parallel with the billet.

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[4] each edge is left with two types of toolmark: the first is the remains of the bottom of cuts made in [2], cutting into the wood and through the fibres; the second is left by the longer, slicing cuts running parallel with the billet.

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