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An oak barrel was found in a bog, filled with 3,000-year-old butter. I know this is important for history and archaeology and probably some other disciplines, but that is frankly gross.

An oak barrel was found in a bog, filled with 3,000-year-old butter. I know this is important for history and archaeology and probably some other disciplines, but that is frankly gross.

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  1. one-scoop reblogged this from jestershark and added:
    Amazing archaelogical find, but I don’t envy whoever has to open it.
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  14. coffee-n-cats reblogged this from jangojips and added:
    Lots of what we do is seen as “gross”. Even I, a zooarchaeologist, consider most of what I do “gross”. Particularly the...
  15. overratedunderwhelmed reblogged this from lostinhistory and added:
    How many Courics?
  16. lostinhistory reblogged this from historical-nonfiction and added:
    That’s going to be some ripe butter.
  17. stitch-n-time reblogged this from historical-nonfiction and added:
    Gross, but amazing! Can I go poke at the ancient butter?
  18. tronbonjovi reblogged this from wenchofnations and added:
    looks like a giant turd.
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