Axe
An axe (in American English also spelled ax) is an implement that has been used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood; to harvest timber; as a weapon; and as a ceremonial or heraldic symbol. The ...
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Traditional axe craftsmanship
This is a short film made by Peter Vogt in 1965 about axe making in Oakland, Maine. It documents the process of creating fine axes in the Emerson Stevens shop -- the last axe factory to operate in Oak...
Traditional axe making
Traditional axe making video and construction of wooden lodge, presenting the traditional technics. The video is provided by the Swedish Local Heritage Feder...
The AXE Effect - Women - Billions - YouTube
Oct 3, 2006 ... The AXE Spot Music by: -- Karl Jenkins - Dies Irae --
Servant Girl Annihilator
A serial killer, popularly known as the Servant Girl Annihilator, preyed upon the city of Austin (1885 population approximately 17,000) during the years 1884 and 1885. The series of murders was referr...
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Frankie Stewart Silver
Frances Stuart Silver (Born between 1814 and 1815; Died July 12, 1833) was hanged in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, for the murder by ax of her husband Charles Silver. Frankie Silver, as sh...
Masakari
Ono (斧) (masa-kari) is the Japanese word for an "axe" or a "hatchet", and is used to describe various tools of similar structure. As with axes in other cultures, ono are sometimes employed as we...
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Keteriya
The keteriya is a form of battle axe that was used in ancient Sri Lanka. A keteriya would consist of a single edge and a short handle made of wood, traditionally resembling a hatchet with a straight s...
Slave George
George Lewis (also known as Slave George or Lilburn Lewis' slave George) (b. 1794 - d. 15 December 1811) was an African American held as a slave; he was murdered in western Kentucky on the night of De...
Palstave
A palstave is a type of early bronze axe. It was common in the mid-Bronze Age in northern, western and south-western Europe. In the technical sense, although precise definitions differ, an axe is gene...
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Afula axe attack
The Afula axe attack was a Palestinian militant attack which occurred on November 30, 1994 in northern town of Afula when a lone Palestinian assailant attacked a 19-year-old female Israeli soldier who...
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Handaxe thinning flake
In archaeology, a lithic flake is a "portion of rock removed from an objective piece by percussion or pressure," and may also be referred to as a chip or spall, or collectively as debitage. The object...
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Ice axe
An ice axe is a multi-purpose hiking and climbing tool used by mountaineers both in the ascent and descent of routes that involve frozen conditions with snow and/or ice. An ice axe can be held and emp...
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Hurlbat
A hurlbat (or whirlbat, whorlbat) is term for a type of weapon of unclear original definition. Older reference works refer to it largely as a type of club, either held in the hand or possibly thrown. ...
Axeman of New Orleans
The Axeman of New Orleans was a serial killer active in New Orleans, Louisiana (and surrounding communities, including Gretna, Louisiana), from May 1918 to October 1919. Press reports during the heigh...
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Daniel Morgan (private investigator)
Daniel Morgan was a private investigator who was murdered in Sydenham, south east London, in March 1987. He was said to have been close to exposing important police corruption. His death was the subje...
Hatchet
A hatchet (from the Old French hachete, a diminutive form of hache, 'axe' of Germanic origin) is a single-handed striking tool with a sharp blade on one side used to cut and split wood, and a hammer h...
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Axe of Perun
The Axe of Perun (секира Перуна / амулет-топорик ) is an archaeological artifact worn as a pendant and shaped like a battle axe. It is mostly found in modern day Russia and parts of Scandinavia. Co...
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Jake Bird
Jake Bird (December 14, 1901 – July 15, 1949) was a convicted murderer and self-confessed serial killer who was tried and executed for the axe murders of Bertha Kludt (age 53) and her daughter Beverly...
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Eva Dugan
Eva Dugan (1878 – February 21, 1930) was a convicted murderer whose execution by hanging at the state prison in Florence, Arizona resulted in her decapitation and influenced the state of Arizona to re...
Ramil Safarov
Ramil Sahib oglu Safarov (Azerbaijani: Ramil Sahib oğlu Səfərov; born August 25, 1977) is an officer of the Azerbaijani Army who was convicted of the 2004 murder of Armenian Army Lieutenant Gurgen...
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Victor Licata
Victor Licata (c. 1912 – December 4, 1950) was an axe murderer who killed his father, mother, two brothers, a sister and their dog in the Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa, Florida on October 16, 1933. ...
Axe murder incident
126°40′21.33″E / 37.9559972°N 126.6725917°E / 37.9559972; 126.6725917The axe murder incident (Korean: 판문점 도끼살인사건; Hanja: 板門店도끼殺人事件,도끼蠻行事件; literally, Panmunjom ax murder i...
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Alpenstock
An alpenstock is a long wooden pole with an iron spike tip, used by shepherds for travel on snowfields and glaciers in the Alps since the Middle Ages. It is the antecedent of the modern ice axe. Frenc...
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Marty Bergen (baseball)
Martin "Marty" Bergen (October 25, 1871 – January 19, 1900) was an American Major League Baseball player from 1896 to 1899. He played in 344 games during his four-year career with the Boston Beaneater...
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Hunga Munga
A Mambele is a form of mid to South African knives, but was originally used by the Mangbetu and referred to a curved throwing dagger. It consists of an iron blade with a curved back section and rearw...
Mamah Borthwick
Martha "Mamah" Borthwick (June 19, 1869 – August 15, 1914) is primarily noted for her relationship with Frank Lloyd Wright, which ended when she was murdered. She and Wright were instrumental in bring...
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