Pomegranates \ Eliyahu Hershkovitz

Before Judaism: The 8,000-year-old History of Pomegranate Reverence

Why Persia’s Xerxes armed his soldiers with images of fruit on their spears, rather than spikes, and other pomegranate facts

Happy news! Pomegranate juice really is more than just a sugar-bomb. This fruit, popular and even revered throughout the Mediterranean and Near East since the early Iron Age (2nd millennium B.C.E.) and...

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