carination


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carination

[‚kar·ə′nā·shən]
(archeology)
A sharp break in the curve of the profile of a container, resulting in a projecting angle.
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pterygocercus, distal tips of pectines not extending past distal ends of coxa IV in females, and distal ends of trochanter IV in males; pectine teeth: males 42-48 (n = 41 combs), females 29-35 (n = 48 combs); (3) caparace and tergites with coarser granules and stronger carination than in A.
This vessel has been identified by Mountjoy as a TT 3 deep bowl, but the belly carination is not very apparent.
This notably includes the retention of some Level 1 vessel forms as well as a continued use of rim notching, carination and other features.
Carination of sternite VII: This has never been used previously in Ananteris, but is herein used to assist the diagnosis of A.
Carinated lower wall with vertical sides; vertical handle attachment preserved, starting from carination.
Similarly, there appears to be a linear development from the broad everted rim with concave top of early-fourth-century shallow wheel-ridged basins (81) to the slightly smaller lekanides with hooked, and sometimes grooved, rim like 1-39 and 1-40; basically the rim was simply pressed downward against the wall, forming a rounded carination or shoulder.