> There is lots and lots of videos replicating this process . I
> can't recall which of them is the most convincing but it would
> be a good idea
> if you watched some.
> It is remarkable how straight they can make them. ( Thus
> reducing the amount of finishing work)
Thanks, Corpuscles, I've seen many videos showing how a guy in a pickup truck pulls up to a large granite block in the woods and splits it clean in half with a dozen steel wedges.
I'm simply looking for the physical evidence that the Romans did the same thing in 1st millennium B.C.
At this point, I'm not claiming they couldn't do it, I just haven't seen the evidence yet.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?