They had no power tools of course so the wood had to be cut by using hand tools and great physical labor which must have took long, tedious hours to work with.The wood was not like what we see today; two by fours or four by sixes. These timbers had to be cut down by hand and they had to be sawed down into workable sections. And carpenters in those days worked with stone more than they did wooden beams.
The assemblage includes ritual pottery vessels, with fragments of chalices (bowls on a high base which were used in sacred rituals), decorated ritual pedestals, and a number of pottery figurines of two kinds: the first, small heads in human form with a flat headdress and curling hair; the second, figurines of animals - mainly of harnessed animals.
Did He look different from the rest of the Jews or was He no different from those of His day?
I believe that we will be shocked on the day that we see Jesus Christ.
Jesus was not the effeminate looking man that most images reveal Him as.
He was a carpenter and carpenters in those days not only worked with wood, they worked with stones.