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carinate

[′kar·ə‚nāt]
(biology)
Having a ridge or keel, as the breastbone of certain birds.
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Rising elites at Early Mycenaean centers must similarly have expressed new customs through familiar forms (for example, the use of the kantharos--a two-handled carinated cup--for serving wine) while introducing new forms (Minoan shapes and decorative schemes, for instance) in rare materials.
The typical Base Ring carinated cup is found in large quantities in the 11th-century deposits at the site, but made in a plain, coarse-ware fabric.
Notable finds include the usual pottery assemblage of carinated, spouted and stamped ware as well as a terracotta lion image and a fragment of a dwarf (gana) image.
Like the previous burials, La Bastida 21 corresponds to a jar with a carinated vessel as an external offering, (Fig.
Abdominal somites dorsally carinated, somites 3-6 with a distal tooth (Fig.
2009 ("curved bowls with a folded rim, some in Assyrian style" from pit 05D2-802); NEAEHL 1: 360 ("numerous bowls of Assyrian type" from area B; Assyrian cylinder seal, Assyrian stamp seal, both from area B); Singer-Avitz 2007: 184-85 (carinated bowls, Assyrian influence).
(2) Hairs on scape short, 1/2-1/3 greatest diameter of scape (0.07-0.17 mm); hairs on posterior tibia 0.15-0.30 mm, with few to many suberect to erect hairs throughout length; few hairs on mandibles (fewer than 0.20 mm) with about 7 teeth, at least in part glossy, shiny, and possibly with coarse punctures or with few fine striae, mandibular index (48.27-59.61); anterior border of clypeus "v" or "u" shaped, lacking carina, or partially carinated; fourth abdominal segment smooth, or slightly rough, or sculptured ...
Whorls strongly shouldered or carinated. Two rows of shoulders are generally present on the body whorl.
Contributors include evidence from sites in such topics as the situational behavior of the British Lower Paleolithic, truncated and faceted pieces from Jerf al-Ajla, cores-on-flakes from the Levantine Mousterian, the subtleties found in truncated and faceted pieces, carinated tools and cores and their relation to mobility, lithic barbs from Portugal's Upper Paleolithic, core-tool technologies of the early Holocene and tardiglacial periods, stone assemblages of arid Australia, materials approaches in classification, behavioral causes and archeological effects of lithic recycling, alternative typologies, and the cores, tools and priorities of lithic analysis.
The grave goods associated with the cremations and inhumations consist of distinctive carinated jars, jewellery and unimpressive weapons that probably date to the mid seventh century, towards the end of the pagan age when burial demanded the internment of objects with the dead.
A broad-brimmed petasos tops a figure in the same manner as the shoulder of a lekythos tops that vessel, and it lines up neatly with the carinated shoulder of the lekythos (Fig.
It is only possible to deduce that vessels had round bases, simple spherical morphologies--in which carinated or necked forms are absent--, in some cases with incised or impressed decoration and with knobs or handles.