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stratigraphical

Definitions

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  • adj. stratigraphic

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as stratigraphic.

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Examples

  • What is termed stratigraphical geology is neither more nor less than the anatomy of the earth; and the history of the succession of the formations is the history of a succession of such anatomies, or corresponds with development, as distinct from generation.

    Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews

  • "What is termed stratigraphical geology is neither more nor less than the anatomy of the earth; and the history of the succession of the formations is a history of the succession of such anatomies, or corresponds with development, as distinct from generation.

    Thomas Henry Huxley; A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • “What is termed stratigraphical geology is neither more nor less than the anatomy of the earth; and the history of the succession of the formations is a history of the succession of such anatomies, or corresponds with development, as distinct from generation.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Quite likely, a variety of paleontologico-stratigraphical studies are unreliable because they are founded on a petitio principii the logical fallacy of 'begging the question'....

    Mythicist Misunderstanding

  • Pollen-stratigraphical evidence of Holocene hydrological change in northern Fennoscandia supported by independent isotopic data.

    Historical changes in freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • In previous years, all the data concerning the finds was added manually by the depot team to the database that stored the stratigraphical information of the artefacts and their storage location.

    Depot Management « Interactive Dig Sagalassos – City in the Clouds

  • This means that not only we should provide shelter for the finds, but also register them and make sure that they are still wearing identification labels (with the proper codes of stratigraphical origin etc.).

    Depot Management « Interactive Dig Sagalassos – City in the Clouds

  • His hypothesis became less fanciful in 2000, when archaeologists found stratigraphical evidence of a paleolake in the area.

    Borobudur, Path to Enlightenment

  • Sagalassos is one of the main partners of the EU 3D Murale project (coordinated by J. Cosmas, Brunel University, London), which aims at developing databases and 3-D technology (for recording and reconstructing stratigraphical layers, buildings, sherds, sculpture, and architecture, etc.).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Recording Report 3

  • As a result, distinct groups of slag material could be distinguished throughout different contexts and chronological deposits, although further in depth study of the material is needed, especially in terms of stratigraphical analysis.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Metallurgical Studies Report 2

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  • Looting Matters: 'Apparently the coin hoard had been "deposited on the same spot as a Roman rubbish pit or midden". The report continues: "due to the fact that the find had already been removed prior to investigation a stratigraphical relationship could not be established". In other words the precise archaeological context for the hoard had been lost during its removal in the dark of a December evening.'

    November 1, 2008