Story: Skinning and cutting
Skinning and cutting
Stone–knives. (L VIII.-27. 8434). Reed and stone used for cutting purposes. (L VIII.-26. 8313 and 8314). The power of cutting possessed by a reed and by quartz. (L. VII.-21. 7826 rev. and 7827 rev., note). The people break off a piece of the reed and use it to cut already cooked meat (which is easier to cut).
1) This story is found in Book VIII-26
11 March (story given on or about)
cutting (skinning and) , cutting (methods) , cutting (implements used for) , cutting (of cooked meat) , cutting (using reeds) , reeds (are bitten and divided) , reeds (used for cutting meat) , reeds (methods of cutting and skinning with) , stone (is divided and used for skinning flesh) , stone (methods of cutting and skinning with) , stone (methods of dividing) , stone ('we striking divide') , skinning (and cutting) , skinning ('flaying') , skinning (of springbok) , skinning (of meat) , skinning (of game) , skinning (using a stone) , food (eating springbok flesh) , food (implements used in its preparation) , food (skinning and cutting meat) , implements (used for skinning and cutting meat) , implements (use of reed and stone)