Primitive Technology: Pottery and Stove

Primitive Technology: Pottery and Stove

January 22, 2018

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In the meantime, let's take a step back in time...

Today's hand picked video by me is below.

Primitive Technology: Pottery and Stove

Each week we'd like to provide you with interesting and entertaining content we think you'll enjoy.

My cousin introduced me to a YouTube channel called Primitive Technology.  I've watched several including where he makes an axe out of stones and wood.  A couple days ago I watched this video below.

It is quite interesting to ponder this is how fires, blowers, pottery, axes, natural material shelters were made back in the day. 

"Stove description 
...made a stove inside the hut. The fire pit was dug and extended into a trench, sticks laid over the entrance and mud mixed from the excavated dirt was then used to form the walls of the stove over the trench. The stove was about 30 cm internal diameter but came in to about 20 cm. Three raised lumps were made on the top of the stove to hold the pot above. Then the stove was fired. Note that wood can be placed over the entrance of the stove at ground level and lit in a hob firebox like configuration. The flames then get sucked down and then up into the stove..." From the video

Enjoy! 

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