planigraphy


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planigraphy

(ˈplænɪˌɡræfɪ)
n
(Medicine) a rare word for tomography
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Two ceramic complexes are not clearly separated from each other in stratigraphy or planigraphy, and in most of large earth structures (ditches or pits, filled with cultural layer and rich in ceramic sherds and stone tools) both types of pottery were found.
Plantes also coined the terms tomography, planigraphy and zonography.[21]
The paper is based on the research of 130 attributes of the burial ritual involving math tools and planigraphy. At the same time the authors studied specifics of the early (I-II c.) and late (III-V c.) parts of the monument and found out their distinctive and common features which let them assert with confidence that the monument had been left by the populace of one and the same culture.