Skip to comments.Remains Of Oldest Fruit Trees In Iberian Peninsula Found
Posted on 01/18/2011 6:31:05 PM PST by SunkenCiv
This research has enabled the recording of numerous fleshy fruits such as plums of various types, cherries, peaches, sloes, grapes, apples, figs, quince and medlar and, in a token manner, olives. The overall collection of nuts is interesting, significant being the presence of hazel nuts, acorns, walnuts, pine kernels and, sporadically, beechnuts. As regards cereals, wheat, barley and oats have been identified. Also of particular important are the various seeds of the bottle (or calabash) gourd, a species of water pumpkin, very rarely recorded in archaeological contexts.
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Medieval covers roughly a thousand year spread. Where are we here?
Now if they were to mention that the Basques brought a large variety of fruits and nuts and even brocolli and brussel sprouts to the Iberian Peninsula when they fled the destruction of Atlantis and they have found the oldest known remnants of that agronomical extravagance we would have something.
The Basques came from Atlantis?
I thought Sundaland was supposed to be the continent of Mu.
Oh yeah, forgot about her, we dated last year. For a short time. I dumped her.
She ate tapas in bed?
I wonder what Mrs. Tapas thought about that.
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