Plaster replica of flint saw, found in Egypt. c. 3000 BCE
Plaster replica of flint saw, found in Egypt, dating from c. 3000 BC. Woodworking as a decorative craft began in Egypt around 3000 BC and Egyptian carpenters manufactured many wooden items to be buried in the tombs of the dead.
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- Victoria & Albert Museum, Casts Department
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