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Ebon y wa s imported , so hi ghly valued that it was received by th e pharaohs as tribute; it wa s used in royal furniture and cabinetwork. The finest examples of woodwork, ofte n inlaid \~'ith ivor y or decorated with gold, were traditionally pla ced in th e tombs of rul er s and high state offi cials. T echniques of join er y wer e well developed , and a number of methods wer e usee!. Althou gh boards wer e somet imes join ed by th e simple expedient of drillin g holes along th e edges and lashin g with leather or fiber th ongs, more refined techniques wer e also master ed.
Furniture fr om th e tomb of Tutankham en is rem arkabl e for th e evide nce it provides of skill in woodw orking techniques. The fram es of both a ceremo nial cha ir and a ch ild's cha ir are mad e with morti se-and-tenon joints, through-p egged with br onze or copper ri vets capped with gold, and th e five curve d woode n slats of th e seats are joined in th e same way. A sm all ga ming table of th e ph ar aoh has a lon g drawer , th e dra wer fro nt joined to th e sides by dovetail joints th at are identical to ca binetma ke r's dovetails of today.
L ength of head s, 3% to 4 % in ches. 43 AiVlE R ICAN W O O DW O R K IN G TOOLS • FIG UR E 30. M allet . Rectangu lar head with gnarled and swirl ing grain is ma de from th e burl of a tr ee. Length of head, 5 ~ inches. 44 Som e Basic Tool s • splitt ing. The heavy m aul , kn own as a "beetle" or "comma nder," was m ade wit h a head six inches or more in di am eter and at least a foot long . The carpenter used th e com ma nde r to drive together th e joints of house an d barn timbers. "Bee tle rin gs" are very fre q uently listed in estate inventori es, which gives us some idea of th e value th e colonists plac ed on iron and iron impl em ents.
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