Bronze? I thought all they had was copper tools.
Partially quarried obelisks have provided evidence that metal tools weren't used for some major stone working tasks. Super hard, river bed, diorite balls were used as hammers to laboriously chip channels in the native rock after which fire heating and water quenching cracked the desired form loose from the parent rock.
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