Who invented wine?

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Persians did invention of wine long long time ago. The oldest archaeological excavations of pottery jars, which ones were filled with wine, reaches 5400 BC. The place there six of nine liters jars were found is Hajji Firuz Tepe. It is near Gadar River close to Zagros Mountains. It is now Iran territory. The archaeological expedition supervisors were Robert H. Dyson, Charles Burney, Mary M. Voigt and Cuyler Young Jr. There is no doubt that Persians were the people who invented wine.

who invented wine

who invented wine

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Exhibits of pottery jars once filled with wine you can find visiting University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia. Address: 3260 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 898-4000
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Who invented wine

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