A pair of European starlings (or stares).
Stone and horn ax and hammer. A Neolithic age implement. Not drawn to scale.
A single handed striking took with a sharp blade used to cut and split wood.
The front and back of a stone idol found at Copan, in Central America.
Three pictures of early stone implements during the Mousterian age.
Early stone implements use by true men during the Reindeer age. These stones include scrapers and points.
Stone mallets and the North American Indian method of mounting. A Neolithic age implement. Not drawn…
Stone pick Neolithic age implement. Not drawn to scale.
A brooch popular during Saxon times.
This image depicts a stone staircase in Segovia, Spain.
Stone tranchet Neolithic age implement used for cutting. Not drawn to scale.
A Neolithic monument located near Amesbury in England.
An ancient monument located in England, composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large…
Three views of a rostro-carinate (earliest period) Paleolithic stone implement. All roughly drawn to…
This stone terminus bust is an Italian Renascence design found in the Villa Massimi in Rome, Italy.
This stone terminus bust is a German Renascence design used as a mantel-piece in a town hall.
A Trap Cut is a cut of gemstone. Emeralds are commonly cut this way.
The Statue of Virgin and Savior is made of stone. It depicts the Virgin Mary carrying infant Jesus standing…
A migratory species of bird, found in Europe, Greenland, and probably North America
In masonry, is a term applied where surface of a wall shows groves between the different courses of…