Ancient Britons Imported Einkorn Wheat 8,000 Years Ago, Say Archaeologists

According to a group of scientists led by Dr Robin Allaby from the University of Warwick, wheat reached Britain approximately 8,000 years ago – two millennia before the introduction of farming. Dr Allaby and his colleagues found evidence for a variety of wheat known as einkorn at Bouldnor Cliff, an underwater archaeological site off the [...] —> Read More Here


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