Anvil
GaJg1 - Lomekwi 3
Age approx. 3.30 Million Years Digital Capture: Structured Light Scanner

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Passive element/anvil (12 kg) found at the excavation. It exhibits patterns of macroscopic wear consisting of superposed step fracturing in association with crushing and impacts marks. Damage is localised on a single lateral face, with battering marks present on one horizontal plane. The intensity of the observed wear signature indicates a use in heavy-duty activities. 

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