Butt indented by hammer blows.
- Accession number
ChiselBalmuildy farmAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1922.94Hunterian Museumiron0.11x 0.01x 0.01 m
ChiselMumrills Roman Fort140-165 AD1972-069-640Falkirk Museumwrought ironL 10cm
Here is a 10cm long iron shaft of a square section with rounded edges. One end tapers in a symmetrical fashion to form the blade of a chisel. This was previously identified as a nail.
ChiselOld KilpatrickAD 142-80GLAHM:F.1928.32Hunterian MuseumironH0.112cm x L0.01cm x W0.009cm
Chisel, wedge-shaped,; tapers to flat cutting-edge; square-sectioned shaft.Context:Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire, Scotland
Chisel, TangedBar Hill Fort142 - 180 ADGLAHM F.1936.195Hunterian MuseumironL 16cm x H 2cmContext:References: PUBL MACDONALD, G. & PARK, A. 1906 p.113, fig.40.8 PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. & KEPPIE, L. 1975 p.102.25, fig.34.25Courtyard Well