Tag Archive | quern

Archaeological Words #1

Recently taught to me by the eternally enthusiastic John Cruse, “Harps” or “Harping” is the name for the grooves on n underside of a Roman quern stone; they are diagonal to the circumference of the base and fill in a square frame, starting in the corner and getting larger. Just like with a harp. 

 

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