Lying about Leviathan: Archaeologists find the earliest fish tales
Fishing has been a mainstay of human cuisine going back millennia. Archaeologists can show us how the ancients fished and cooked their catch.
One of the earliest graphic depictions of fishing is in the tomb of an Egyptian overseer named Ti, dating back to the middle of the third millennium BCE.
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