Startled by the torchlight, their shallow caprine eyes gazed back in fear and incomprehension at the source.
For example, the portico's cornice, which in Egypt would exhibit cobra head uraei, is surmounted instead by a row of bearded caprine heads.
A total of 34 microsatellite primers, polymorphic in their respective species, were selected in this study (30 bovine [Bos taurus], 2 ovine [Ovis aries], and 2 caprine [Capra hircus]).
Even my law-and-order father loosens up, providing the appropriate barnyard noises that accompany the singing of Chad Gadya (‘One kid that father bought’ - of the caprine persuasion).
Here the salesman gave a broad smile, an action that made him look more caprine than the beast on the line.
His robe has come undone in the process, exposing his caprine lower half.
Further evidence for ceremonial feasting is indicated by the presence of quantities of cattle and caprine bones in funerary contexts.
Kids get some as they grow, but the ‘teenagers’ - caprine heifers - get none until the last few weeks of pregnancy.
The level of certainty is highest for bovine clones, followed in decreasing order of certainty, by porcine, caprine , and ovine clones.
Although the entire work shares stylistic traits, such as the rendering of caprine heads and lion's paws, that indicate a probable common production, the maker employed two separate artistic traditions.