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Byzantine-era wine press found in Israel

A 1,600-year-old wine press has been found in the southern Negev desert. According to the archaeologist of the southern Negev region Yoram Chaimi, the discovery of the wine press came as a complete surprise. “In the entire southern Negev region, there is only one other wine press that is included inside

Ancient industrial wine press found in Israel

Archaeologists working in Israel have found an industrial wine press which dates back to the 6th-7th centuries B.C. According to Dr. Yoav Arbel, director of the excavations on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, “This is the first important building from the Byzantine period to be uncovered in this part of

Byzantine wine press found in Israel

A wine press, dating back 1,400 years, has been found in Israel. Is it one of the largest ever found in the country. One of the largest wine presses ever revealed in an archaeological excavation in the country, which was used to produce wine in the Late Byzantine period

Ancient Wine presses carved out of rock in Malta

In the Gozitan valley in Malta, Wine presses which date back to 500BC, were carved into rock. He explained how the presses, dug into the ground, were made of a shallow basin upon which an additional structure was mounted to press the grapes. The juices would flow into the deeper basin and