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From the 10th to the 9th centuries BC, handmade biconic urns, carinated bowls, and casseroles of local tradition were common, as seen in La Nicoba and Los Praditos.
From a qualitative point of view, the first blanks obtained from these cores probably had a rectilinear profile and acquired a more carinated profile as the knapping continued (see fig.
The everted rim carinated jar is paradoxical for its incorporation of crude dentate stamp and highly simplified Lapita motifs on a relatively complex Lapita vessel form.
Flint Quartzite Total Flake 1 1 Blade 4 4 Bladelet 1 1 Core front 1 1 Core tablet 1 1 Simple flake core 1 1 Prismaric core for flake 1 1 Core with 2 platforms 1 1 Core with 2 opposed platforms 1 1 Prismatic core for blade 1 1 Orthogonal core for flak 1 1 Core fragment 1 1 Thin shouldered endscrap 1 1 Thick nosed endscraper 1 1 Carinated endscraper 1 1 Atypical carinated endsc 2 2 Burin-endscaper 1 1 Straight dihedral burin 1 1 Angled dihedral burin 3 3 Burin on snap 4 4 Straight truncation 1 1 Notches 8 8 Denticulates 2 2 Scaled pieces 7 7 Total 46 1 47 TABLE 5.
Type 3 (hereafter, TT 3) "is a carinated type with a straight upper body giving rise to a slight carination on the belly" (Fig.
A possible example of Phoenician M = mu in a votive inscription on a bronze carinated bowl (15) is problematic, as the author notes (the text as transcribed ignores the numeral 2 in the original).
It is a carinated body sherd that belongs to an open vessel and still shows the indicators of quality smoothing on some parts of its surface.
2007, Birds on the rim: a unique Lapita carinated vessel in its wider context, Archaeology in Oceania 42: 12-16.
25:1) borders on being carinated rather than rounded.
The Early Jezireh 0 pottery identified here includes some beveled rim bowls, carinated bowls, bowls with crude linear incised designs, and several types that persisted in the subsequent Ninevite 5 period, such as crescent-lugged cookpots and cups with horizontal ribbing.
85) Some of the twelfth-century hard red carinated pottery from the Kota Cina and Lhok Cut sites - and from the Pengkalan Bujang site in Kedah, on the other side of the Straits - may have been Indian influenced.
1D), that also has the scutellar spine very short, it is differentiated by presenting the scutellum disc carinated (Fig.