The bones are black, brown or white, highly fragmented and waterworn to a variable degree.
The houses are generally built of waterworn stones, without cement, but plastered with mud outside and inside.
The specimen was found on a waterworn surface of the beach, partially covered by shingle….
This ware is characterized by a dull, reddish-pink body, usually dark-gray at the core, and by a gross waterworn gravel temper.
It consisted of a yellow sandstone in thin strata, covered in some parts with beds of waterworn pebbles.
Seaside and river gravel, which is composed usually of rounded, waterworn pebbles, is unfit for surfacing roads.
The bed of the river is gravelly, or composed of waterworn stones, which diminish in size as you recede from the mountains.
Swallow-holes or waterworn caverns are common in many parts of the limestone region.