Basics of Grinding - Stanford University
Basics of Grinding Fundamental Manufacturing Processes Video Series Study Guide - 3 - different internal contours can be produced within a workpiece using I.D. grinding. In centerless grinding, the workpiece rotates between a
Central American Art and Archaeology | University of Calgary
By Geoffrey McCafferty (2017) During the summer of 2016, archaeologists from the University of Calgary were invited to assist the Nicaraguan Institute of Culture in a rescue project in Ticuantepe, Nicaragua (located just south of ...
Flat stones for fine finishing | Cutting Tool Engineering
2019/10/29 · Abrasive stones commonly found in machine shops are fine for run-of-the-mill deburring and abrading, but absolutely not suitable for precision stoning. For that, you need a pair of carefully prepared, precision-ground flat
Costa Rica en la red: Before Guanacaste
The Journal Maize and Manioc Flatbreads, Absent from Greater Nicoya By Frederick W. Lange* Most of my articles for The Guanacaste Journal have been headed "…in Greater Nicoya" (Pacific Costa Rica and Pacific Nicaragua) but this one deals with an element that was absent from, rather than present in, Greater Nicoya in prehistoric times, that being the absence of both tortillas and manioc ...
Crazy Mountain Kiss: A Novel (A Sean Stranahan
“McCafferty knows his country and his characters, who have a comfortable, lived-in feel and yet shine as individuals….[his] understated prose deserves to be savored.”—Kirkus “[Dead Man’s Fancy] delivers a carefully plotted western procedural….Good reading for fans of [C. J.] Box, Craig Johnson, Nevada Barr, and Paul Doiron ...
Incised Slate Disks from the Atlantic Watershed of Costa
frame; two raised-rim grinding stones; one Mesoamerican- type grinding stone; and fragments of a polychrome ves-sel with geometric and glyphlike designs (Fig. 13). Grave 3. Fragments of disk with remnants of red and
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PDF) 2008 Domestic Practice in Postclassic Santa Isabel
Four seasons of excavation at the Santa Isabel site on the shore of Lake Nicaragua have recovered an extensive assemblage of material remains relating to domestic practice from the Early Postclassic period (AD 800-1250). This
El Rayo: A Ceremonial Site - Mi Museo
Investigations at el Rayo. Excavations have focused on five loci: Locus 1 was a cemetery discovered in the roadcut, Locus 2 is a residential area spanning the late Bagaces and Sapoa time periods, Locus 3 is another mortuary area, Locus 4 is a large public building, and Locus 5 is a low residential mound.
mayoid – Page 9 – Maya Decipherment
2014/10/07 · The less clear sign is the head variant of the number “two.” It could read CHA’, suggesting a homophone for “metate,” cha’, thus linking the ladies to a gendered place, a “house of grinding stones.” But there is another possibility
PDF) Reading the stones, reading the bones: an integrated
2015/09/01 · PDF | On Sep 1, 2015, J.W. Sadvari and others published Reading the stones, reading the bones: an integrated approach to reconstructing activity patterns at Neolithic Çatalhöyük | Find, read ...
Grinding Stones - Floor Preparation - Flooring Tools Direct
Grinding Stones are hand held tools that are used to take out the imperfections in a levelling compound, or sand of small lumps and deposits on the surface of a screed or painted floor.
PDF) 2019 Religious Practices of Pre- Columbian Pacific
Elaborate ‘flying panel metates’ are a characteristic of mortuary contexts in Costa Rica, but the Nicaraguan examples were undecorated. The only known example of burials on aligned grinding slabs comes from a contemporary site
Stick Grinding Stones | MISUMI Malaysia
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Figurines | Dr. Geoffrey McCafferty
Figurines are usually made of fired clay formed either by hand modelling or in a prepared mold. In addition to plastic decoration, they were often covered with stucco and/or paint. Occasionally, carved stone figurines are also found, including semi-precious stone such as jadeite; or in larger examples, of basalt or other coarse materials.