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car·i·nate

 (kăr′ə-nāt′, -nĭt) also car·i·nat·ed (-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Shaped like or having a carina or keel; ridged.
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Adj.1.carinated - having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or suggesting the keel of a ship; "a carinate sepal"
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Sharply carinated shoulders that separate a long neck from a rounded body characterise the ceramics from this horizon.
The Evolved Aurignacian (Aurignacian II) also makes use of carinated cores for the production of bladelets but these have a narrower front and include carinated burins, carinated end-scrapers and nosed end-scrapers.
The dominant form, representing 85 per cent of all rims, is a small to medium-sized vessel, sometimes carinated, with a sharply everted rim and a rounded base.
Thick Red Slipped ware forms include large and narrow-mouthed globular jars and pots and medium-sized handis (wide-mouthed, carinated cooking vessels with sloping upper sides and round bases), decorated with wavy lines, criss-cross incisions, herringbone patterns and chevrons.
The lithic assemblage is dominated by the production of small blades and bladelets detached predominantly from carinated narrow cores, defined as 'rabot' in the pioneering days of the prehistoric research (Bourlon & Bouyssonie 1912) (Figure 5).
Birds on the rim: a unique Lapita carinated vessel in its wider context.
Sheridan (2007: 453) points out that much of the material in Scotland associated with carinated bowls dates to 3950-3800 BC.
This structure is one of a growing number of large (> 20m long), rectangular structures dating to the early centuries of the fourth millennium BC and relating to the Carinated Bowl Neolithic (for whose definition see Sheridan 2007 and 2010; see also Brophy 2007 for a recent review of these structures).
Although wall thickness can be quite variable on single sherds, there are no vessels with abrupt angularities or with carinated profiles.
The editors reasonably attribute to the Sicilian 'Bell Beaker package' some distinctive features in shape and style; the shape of the carinated one-handled cups (cat.
Two ceramic types are characteristic of this late Neolithic cultural phase: the carinated bowls and the vases with denticulated edges.