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Particles with smaller size and narrower distribution have a tendency to contact closer to form a more compact layer than that of relatively bigger sizes and broader distributions, as such to provide better protection.
A previous dig on the site in 2006 revealed two small sandstone walls and a compact layer of mortar interpreted as a possible floor which also contained fragments of medieval green glaze pottery.
As the epicardial coronary vessels develop, the myocardium undergoes compaction through a process of remodeling and resorption; the trabeculae solidify or condensate, adding thickness to the epicardial compact layer.

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