New Discovery: 1,500-year-old Byzantine Wine Complex Found in Isreal

Archaeologists have unearthed a 1,500-year-old wine-making facility in Israel, which was considered to be the world’s largest at the time. Five presses were discovered at Yavne, south of Tel Aviv, a massive Byzantine-era winery that produced two million liters per year. It was sold all across the Mediterranean after a complex manufacturing procedure. The magnitude…

New Discovery: 1,500-year-old Byzantine Wine Complex Found in Isreal

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