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Ancient cereal rings found at bronze age site

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Researchers have discovered several strange ring-shaped objects at a Bronze Age hill fort in Europe which, they say, are an ancient type of cereal-based product. The shape is reminiscent of the popular Cheerios breakfast cereal.

While archaeological excavations around the world have revealed an array of agricultural practices used by humans throughout history, we know much less about how exactly food was produced and prepared by ancient cultures—a process that the latest findings cast new light on.

In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, a team of archaeologists describe the discovery of the unusual cereal-derived rings, which were found at a site known as Stillfried an der March in eastern Austria.



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