Image of the Day: Ancient Cereals

These 23,000-year-old remains of wild barley are part of a collection from the shore of the Sea of Galilee representing the earliest evidence of humans’ attempts to cultivate grains.

The Scientist Staff
Jul 23, 2015

PLOS ONE, A. SNIR ET AL.

(See “The origin of cultivation and proto-weeds, long before Neolithic farming,” PLOS One, 2015.)

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