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Protecting the "Axe"

It's teamwork that protects the axe

The Axe is one of the most ancient tools known to mankind. From its inception during the Stone Age (c. 2000 BCE), the stone head axe was made of sharpened flint. First used to cut down trees for firewood, to kill and butcher animals for food, and to defend against predatory animals or the enemy of a village.

In the Bronze Age (c. 3200-600 BCE), the axe head was made of bronze, an alloy of copper, tin, arsenic, and other metals. Its function was the same as before, but now the liquid bronze could be cast into different shapes for more specific usage.

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