MAG HET OOK EEN BROODJE VIS ZIJN?
A considerable quantity of charred seeds of wild barley has been collected at the Kebaran site of Ohalo II, Sea of Galilee, Israel. The rich faunal assemblage includes thousands of fish bones. The site is 14C dated to c. 19.000 BP. This is the first time that substantial botanical remains support a Late Palaeolithic origin of the cereal component in the Levantine prehistoric diet.