Paul John said: "Even though I am amazed by all these artifacts, my mind regards this mighty ax as the most worthy of respect. Compared to today's axes, its blade is really dull, but to them it was sharp. Thinking of that, I am overwhelmed by the way my ancestors lived before Western tools came around."
L- 30 in
W- 17 in
J. A. Jacobsen, 1882, Ethnologisches Museum Berlin IVA5256
Photo: Ann Fienup-Riordan