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A term often applied to a specific type of metal or ceramic bowl or jar with a flat or reeded rim and an almost vertical upper wall above a sharp inward change of direction (the carination). Carinated bowls are distinctive of the early Neolithic in northwest Europe.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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