His stone axe is so finely shaped and polished that it sometimes looks like forged or moulded metal.
An atlatl was the weapon which had replaced the stone axe in the stone age.
The stout stakes were cut, pointed and firmly planted with no better implement than the stone axe of prehistoric times.
An angry Finn smote him on the hind-head full with a stone axe.
Three stone metates, one stone axe, one celt and fifteen hammer-stones were found.
It might be she did not see, did not know the stone axe was swinging down.
The chief was armed, as usual, with bow and arrows, and a stone axe.
Trading it for a stone axe would be like cutting off his arm.
Taking his stone axe he toiled all day until the tree was felled.
It looked like one of its primitive ancestors in the far dawn of time, when man fought for his life with the stone axe.