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Tango0120 Nov 2019 9:59 p.m. PST

…for medieval peasants

"Using chemical analysis of pottery fragments and animal bones found at one of England's earliest medieval villages, combined with detailed examination of a range of historical documents and accounts, the research has revealed the daily diet of peasants in the Middle Ages.

The researchers were also able to look at butchery techniques, methods of food preparation and rubbish disposal at the settlement Dr Julie Dunne and Professor Richard Evershed from the University of Bristol's Organic Geochemistry Unit, based within the School of Chemistry, led the research, published today in the Journal of Archaeological Science…"
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Zephyr121 Nov 2019 9:50 p.m. PST

"New research reveals what was on the menu …"

Whatever you could scrounge & stuff in your mouth…

Tango0122 Nov 2019 12:12 p.m. PST



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