Presentation on theme: "Stone Age wood working with stone, bone and antler tools. 18-21.5.2010 in Kierikkikeskus, Yli-Ii, Finland -Kierikki Stone Age Center is renovating and."— Presentation transcript:
Stone Age wood working with stone, bone and antler tools in Kierikkikeskus, Yli-Ii, Finland -Kierikki Stone Age Center is renovating and building new Stone Age style houses. This experiment was planned to get information on how long does it take to prepare wood material with Stone Age tools for a timber framed Stone Age style house. The experiment took place between 18th and 21th of May The experiment was designed and conducted by Kuttelo members Hanni Haapaniemi, Mikke Reinikainen, Jasse Tiilikkala, Matias Toivanen and Miika Vanhapiha. The tools used were made by Miika Vanhapiha. Pictures were taken by Jasse Tiilikkala and Hanni Haapaniemi. -Tools in use; Two sets of bone and stone chisels, two stone axes, three moose antler axes, small stone adze and reindeer antler for debarking.
Working with Stone Age tools Few estimated average results for different working phases with different sized timber (pine, pinus sylvestris) d=diameter, l=length d: 6-10cm, l: 8-10m felling, cutting, and pruning: 4minutes debarking: 16minutes d: 13-16cm, l: 13-14m felling, cutting and pruning: 30minutes debarking: 22minutes d: 19-24cm, l: 6m felling, cutting and pruning: 1h25minutes debarking: 1h concave notching both ends of the log: 1h30minutes