It is also one of the ancient poles.
When the yellow emperor with axe ð « °, was not only used as weapons, and use for punishment
"The Five punishments of the Yellow Emperor, four times the name of the axe
According to the five punishments which are then, inadvertently, drill, axe ð « °, whip the flapping, is
Thus, the axe was started in the time of the Yellow Emperor, and the reason is very clear."
But there was no thirty-six laws then, no more than chopping and chopping against the enemy;
To the End of the Han Dynasty, the southern Barbarian people created the method of axe, just as the method of martial-arts was created in Wu Yan's house and flowed into the central Plains, but the origin of the person who started it cannot be verified.
At the beginning, he had no more than 36 hands. Later, he could gain more of them and make them become the weapon of war. Therefore, today, he has 36 methods.
The origins of the axe can be traced back to early primitive humans, who knew that the stone was used as a cleaver.
And the earliest bronze axe, seen in the Shang Dynasty, was not only used for military affairs, but also some carved inlaid, extremely fine, has been used for ceremonial.
In the Zhou Dynasty, the use of axe was not as popular as that of the Shang Dynasty. When it was used with the double-front sword, the axe was used less often. It was only used as a tool for cutting, or as a tool for music, dance, ritual battle and killing.
Although the axe is not used as the main weapon, all generations have made the axe, especially the ethnic groups living in the northern areas, like to practice axe weapons.
The history of the stone axe may date back hundreds of thousands of years.
At that time, people used to grind rough stone axes, to cut tools and to hunt animals and birds, which was one of the indispensable tools of labor.
In ancient Chinese characters, "jin" was the Chinese character for chopping wood. So later, the characters around the character for "jin" often meant "cut" or "fold".
Tomahawk evolved from stone axe, the tool of labor in primitive society.
In the cultural sites of the Neolithic Age, a type of stone tomahawk was found, which was finely ground. Its body was flat, its blade was wide, its arc was large, and its two horns were slightly upturned.
The carefully crafted tomahawk is clearly not suitable for logging or farming.
It is speculated that it is probably a primitive weapon specially made by ancient people.