This hand tool for harvesting grain has not changed in design for the last thousand years.
Can't you get some plant here on Aurora to hand tool one for you?
A third stone maul, being grooveless, was evidently a hand tool for breaking other stones or for grinding pigments.
A hand tool for cutting metal, wood, ivory, bone and all other hard substances except stone.
The hand tool thus provoked the same value words in the 19th as in the 17th century.