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Israel has found the most ancient beer


Israel has found the most ancient beer
Scientists have found the remains of the fermented wheat which age about 14 thousand years. In the Israeli cave of Rakefet on the Mount Karmel archeologists have found the remains of the most ancient beer in the history of mankind. About it tells phys.org. Nakhodka has been found in burials of ancient inhabitants of natufiyets. The remains of the fermented grains of the plants of wheat or similar to her are dated 13,7-11,7 thousand years. Scientists assume that they from them could cook malt. Granules of starch and a fitotila of prosovy plants, oats and family of bean have been found on ancient millstones. The culture of natufiyets existed in the territory of Israel, Syria and Lebanon about 14,5-11,5. Presumably they the first have begun to bake grain bread. Earlier international group of archeologists has found ceramic pots from the remains of cheese to which Also the correspondent wrote 7,2 thousand years that in Crete have opened a double tomb of News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram in Croatia. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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