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Saturday, November 19th @ 12 noon it’s  ARTISAN SPOTLIGHT

and the spotlight is on RUSSEL RIGGLE. Russel talks with us about the ancient art of “knapping“.

knap
verb

ARCHITECTURE ARCHAEOLOGY
gerund or present participle: knapping
  1. shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it so as to make stone tools or weapons or to give a flat-faced stone for building walls.
    “buildings made of knapped flint”
    • archaic
      strike with a hard short sound; knock.

 


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