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e ground. Planks are sawn from a log having a natural crook, and are united by cleats and bolts. The rise in front enables the stone-boat to ride over small obstacles. See also stone-vessel. Stone-bow. A cross-bow for shooting stones. Stone-break′er. A machine for crushing or hammering stone. See ore-crusher; ore-mill. Stone-breaker's hammer. Stone-break′er's Ham′mer. A hammer having a head of an oblately spheroidal form, with the handle in line of its axis. Stone bridge. Stone bridges appear to have originated among the Romans, who were the first to employ the arch on an extended scale. One with six arches, commenced by Augustus and finished by Tiberius, as its inscription indicates, still exists at Rimini. Others, some of which are yet in service, constructed by that remarkable people, are found, touched to a greater or less degree by the hand of time, in different parts of the former Roman Empire. Their stability, no doubt, was in great part due <