Nara peach pits carbon dated to reign of ancient queen Himiko — Ancientfoods

Original article: This article was written by Yoshito Watari and Yuya Tanaka. Asahi.com SAKURAI, Nara Prefecture–Thousands of peach pits found near building ruins in the Makimuku archeological site in western Japan were likely harvested between 135 and 230 A.D., adding to the possibility that the ancient kingdom called Yamataikoku was located here. The results […]

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