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carinate

[′kar·ə‚nāt]
(biology)
Having a ridge or keel, as the breastbone of certain birds.
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Towards the middle of the first millennium AD another new ceramic tradition characterised by Carinated Broadly Grooved ware appears.
Rectilinear flake & Unit right twist profile bladelet bladelet FAS 227 226 225 224 223 222 1 221 1 220 2 6 219 1 1 2 6 218 2 4 2 217 2 20 6 216 H1B 215 214 213 212 1 211 4 3 210 3 5 21 8 209 1 1 208 2 3 1 207 Carinated Lithic Unit core Industry phase FAS 227 nD 0 226 nD 0 225 nD 0 224 nD 0 223 nD 0 222 nD 0 221 AUR 1 220 AUR 1 219 AUR 1 218 AUR 1 217 1 AUR 1 216 GRAY 2 H1B 215 nD 0 214 nD 0 213 nD 0 212 AUR 1 211 AUR 1 210 4 AUR 1 209 AUR 1 208 1 atyp.
Kala handi or munho are narrow-mouthed, carinated cooking pots mostly used for making buttermilk.
Unit C at Dzudzuana (27-24 ka cal BP) is characterised by its reduction sequence based on carinated cores.
Umm-Uthainah: Stern 2001: 254 (bronze caryatid censer executed "in pure Assyrian style"); Routledge 1997: 35 (shallow and sharply carinated bronze objects).
Carinated bowl Open bowl Graphite/ Graphite/ Undecorated paint Undecorated paint Operation 4 1 5 6 1 Operation 11 3 2 85 28 Operation 13 9 4 77 23 Operation 14 1 24 19 11 Total 14 35 187 63 Frequency 1% 2% 13% 4% Necked Globular jars jars Operation 4 50 9 Operation 11 460 12 Operation 13 444 34 Operation 14 139 20 Total 1093 75 Frequency 75% 5% Table 2.
The absence of bladelets from any British site is striking, given the presence of many bladelet core artefacts (burins busques, Paviland burins, carinated burins and thick-nosed scrapers), but unsurprising, since, when complete, most of these bladelets would have been [less than or equal to] 15mm in length.
20) is represented by very thin fine ware shallow bowls/plates with incurving and carinated rims, and hemispherical bowls with red painted simple floral motifs including grouped leaves.
The reconstructed vessel forms in the large Unai Bapot assemblage, like other early ceramics from the Marianas, consist of small bowls (simple, carinated, flat-based) with everted and direct rims, along with sub-globular to ovoid restricted jars with a gradual rim-body point of inflection (Figure 6).
4 These forms include rounded and straight-sided bowls, carinated bowls, droop-handled bowls, folded bowls, chalices, kraters, juglets, jugs, strainer jugs, jars, storage jars and pithoi, amphoriskoi, goblets, pilgrim flasks, pyxides, cooking pots, lamps, cup-and-saucers, ring stands, drain pipes, unusual forms, and miscellaneous sherds.
Many of the hallmarks of the Mardikh IIB2/Late Selenkahiye ("EB IVB") Period at the end of the third millennium appear, including shallow carinated bowls with vertical rims (plate 98) and globular goblets with collared rims (plate 105-J-M).
The intercalated drystone walls of nearby Monument XX to the south also collapsed, but at a time when the ground level was already several tens of centimetres higher; it is on this surface that the carinated vessels were deposited in front of Monument XIX.