periform

periform

Pear-shaped; said of a roof in the form of a pear (as some baptisteries and Eastern churches) or said of a molding having a pear shape.
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cepa (Periform Bay variation) were placed in Petri plates and 3 mL of each solution to be tested (aluminum, manganese and lead) were added for germination (Fig.
The especially interesting graves can be found quickly from this table, and include the five that contained imported Canaanite pottery, the eight graves with copper objects, including two harpoons, and grave 145 (224) with its ripple flake knife and periform macehead.