semiglobular

semiglobular

(ˌsɛmɪˈɡlɒbjʊlə)
adj
(Mathematics) hemispherical; of the form of a hemisphere or semiglobe
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El cuerpo de los jarrones es compuesto; la parte inferior es semiglobular y la superior es cilindrica y alta, usualmente rodeada por dos rebordes elevados.
66) Early LH IIIC features include three collar-necked jars FS 63, four semiglobular cups FS 215, one lip-band deep bowl, and one Group A/B deep bowl (no.
They include a lip-band and a monochrome semiglobular cup FS 215, a linear deep bowl with monochrome interior, a monochrome deep bowl with a reserved base, a Group A/B deep bowl, and the use of carelessly drawn antithetical spirals.
They include lip-band semiglobular cups FS 215 (Fig.
25) The cup variety is represented by a number of small, mostly semiglobular vessels with different kinds and numbers of handles.
44) Despite being termed the shallow semiglobular cup, Furumark's FS 220 includes a range of profiles, some of which cannot be described as shallow.
The broad, semiglobular body and flaring lip--less rim are typical of this shape.
Three basic kinds of cup are represented in this deposit: the conical cup FS 204, (118) the semiglobular cup FS 220, and the shallow cup FS 222.
The semiglobular cup FS 220 is most easily recognized by its raised disk base and the shape of the body.
The shallow cup FS 222 seems to be slightly more common than the semiglobular cup.
UNPAINTED FINE FRACTION: FREQUENCY OF Piriform OPEN SHAPES FEATURE Small Conical Cup Semiglobular Mug Handmade & Shallow Vessel Cups Rim 2 10 77 -- Spout -- -- -- -- Handle -- -- 11 1 Stem -- -- -- -- Base 4 -- 29 5 Total 6 10 117 6 % of Fine Features 0.
In the contemporary tholos at Kokla another set of silver goblets, along with a silver shallow cup and three silver conical cups, was found, while the Acropolis Treasure from Mycenae contains four golden goblets and a semiglobular cup (Table 5).