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Mowing andĀ peening of a scythe. PeeningĀ a scythe is a 'thin' beating of the blade with a hammer, so that it becomes sharp for use.

Practitioners and those involved are the older generation of farmers. See also

Started in Neoliticum, from hunter to farmer. Flint-stained deer horn to iron sickle, from sickle via zigt to scythe.


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