THE FUNCTION OF TOOLS FROM GRAVE II AT KORYTNICA FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF AN ARTISAN WHO REPLICATES THE IRON-WORKING TECHNIQUES OF THE AGE OF ROMAN INFLUENCES
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The tools found in Grave II at Korytnica include a hammer, a pair of tongs, and a file. The hammer, with its slightly bent head and inclined striking face, was designed for fine finishing work rather than broad strokes. Similarly, the remaining tools, which seem to be part of a tool-kit, must have been employed primarily in the manufacture of small metal objects.
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