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

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Passive element/anvil found on the surface, a few meters away from the excavation. This anvil of 4.9 kg exhibits patterns of macroscopic wear consisting of superposed step fracturing in association with crushing and impacts marks. Damage is distributed along a greater portion of the perimeter, but in this case no percussive marks are identifiable on the horizontal plane. The intensity of the observed wear signature indicates a use in heavy-duty activities. 

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