Prehistoric Britons Traded in Wheat 2,000 Years Before They Farmed It

Archaeological excavation of an underwater site found 8,000-year old DNA of wheat, an alien plant to England, indicating that the local hunter-gatherers were, somehow, importing it.

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Remains of wheat dating from 8,000 years ago has been found in an archaeological study in a submerged site off the coast of prehistoric England. The thing is that the island was populated by hunter-gatherers...