Bush clearing Axehead

Carzield Roman fort
Discovered during an excavation of the Roman Fort of Carzield in 1931, this axehead was used primarily for the purpose of bush clearing.  The Hole for the shaft iis n parallel with the blade which has a rectangular profile with a squared cutting edge.     Unfortunately the condition of this object is relatively poor, and there has been some corrosion with several cracks and a complete split around the shaft hole.      
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length: 230 mm width (blade): 80 mm depth: 60 mm
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metal & iron
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Carzield Roman fort
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