What metal woodworking tools should I expect to find in the household of a 14th century well-off peasant farmer from Hampshire? (Answering more broadly is acceptable, but it might help to give this question a frame as narrow as I could think of, in order to allow weighing of evidence.)
In particular, how specialized are his tool possessions? Would a household own an felling axe and a chopping axe and a billhook? Multiple ones, even? Or would they have to do with fewer, less specialized tools?
I know of one medieval inventory from 1297 listing both an axe (unspecified) and a bill, http://www.uv.es/consum/briggs.pdf. I know that in the easily searchable databases for both manuscript illuminations and archeological finds axes are far more prevalent than bills, but those are not restricted to the agricultural context (eg. illuminations showing the carpenter Joseph, who is shown with an axe as a tool of trade). Is this due to the fact that one of the main applications of bill hooks, hedge laying, only became a major agricultural activity post middle-ages?