It was stated that beer remains were found in the 2,500-year-old clay vessels that were excavated by archaeologists in the Kanimasi area in northern Iraq, located in the lands of Mezopotamia. Claudia Glatz, co-author of the research published in the Journal of Archeology Science, said, “The traces of fermentation in the cups of Elsa Perruchini, which show signs of chemical coincidence with the same time. When we put them together, we understand that there are barley beans in the containers. “
In a study published in the Journal of Archaeological Science, northern Iraq’s border with Turkey to be found in archaeological excavations in the area Kania found at the scene close to 2 thousand 500 years of beer remains of clay vessels that encountered it said. Claudia Glatz, who teaches Archeology at the University of Glasgow in England, who owns research with Elsa Perruchi, says that it is always a big problem to find true archeological evidence of this fermentable drink, mostly from the writings and drawings, though one knows that one is important in the ancient world. Beer drinking vessels brought to the surface during the excavations in Kanimasi indicate that some of the earliest chemical evidence of the presence of birds carries some of the extra measures taken by researchers to prevent containers from contaminating modern compounds.
Claudia Glatz, “Fermentation traces of the vessels bearing Elsa Perruchini’s chemical traces that match the same time. When we put them together, we understand that there are barley beans in the containers. ” 
Glatz spoke, “It is common knowledge that one is a typical item of the Mesopotamian cuisine, but it is also a social precaution in ritualistic practices,” he said, “in many ways we are talking about a drink that defines Mesopotamian identities.”
In the study, Perruchini first used traditional methods of chemistry to test the remains, but noted that the results were contingent. “During excavation, people often touch everything, leaving their remains on them. A particularly troublesome contaminant comes from sunscreens, which are often used in excavations to areas with abundant sunshine. According to Perrcuhini, some chemical compounds in sunscreen are similar to wine, which can be confusing for archaeologists in some cases. Deciding to establish laboratory conditions in the excavation area, Perruchini began to grab the newly extracted pots and gloves with gloves to obtain more reliable results. “
Archaeologist Claudia Glatz stated that there is nothing much to discuss about the organic remains in archaeological sites. “For that reason, Elsa’s method is very important to achieve reliable archeological results. This is not something that has been much in the past, “he said. 
With the new methods used in the research article is the opinion of archaeologists in various universities in the removal of organic residues were reported as follows: 
Matthew Horowitz (New York Purchase College State University): This mine information from a removable containers. The crew did what we all dreamed of. It was a great misfortune that the vessels that had been removed before were not contemplated by this method because they were contaminants with modern chemistry.
Augusta McMahon (University of Cambridge): Many archaeologists, including myself, do not pay much attention to keeping old containers and other material evidence. This work is extremely exciting and useful. 
The beer in the canyon was filled with clay vessels in BC. 1415 to BC It is stated that the date of the beer is 1290 and that a common activity reveals the passage of people into an activity that people drink from their belongings. In the article, the earliest physical excavation of an individual, to the end of the 4th millennium BC, is the presence of calcium oxalate, which is found within the borders of Iran today, archeologists call calcium oxide, a visible chemical byproduct of the brewing process on an ancient ceramic material. it was said to be based on.
Archaeologists have long been aware of the presence of one in Mesopotamia, one of the iconographers who point out that beer was drunk, Among the best known examples are the goddess Ninkasi written in BC. The Sumerian ninna is dated to around 1800. It is also mentioned in the Gilgamesh Epic, which is believed to be the oldest literary work that has ever arrived from the sky. The Destande, the ‘wild man’ who grew up in the forest, is said to be one of the steps he took on the way to this civilization, drinking seven beers of beer.

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