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Analysis by a UCLA-led team of scientists has confirmed the discovery of the oldest complete wine production facility ever found, including grape seeds, withered grape vines, remains of pressed grapes, a rudimentary wine press, a clay vat apparently used for fermentation, wine-soaked potsherds, and even a cup and drinking bowl. "For the first time, we have a complete archaeological picture of wine production dating back 6,100 years," said Gregory Areshian, co-director of the excavation and assistant director of UCLA's Cotsen Institute of Archaeology.An analysis of the discovery, which received support from the National Geographic Society, is presented in an article published online Jan.Even small amounts of ozone depletion make quite a difference to ultraviolet levels, which have risen over much of Britain in recent days. OZONE Walk’s boutique bar Lucy will host Warrnambool’s inaugural wine weekend on Saturday.Archaeologists contemplate 6,100-year-old wine-making equipment. Visiting the excavations of the Areni-1 cave complex in Armenia, archaeologist Levon Petrosyan (left) contemplates the 6,100-year-old wine-making equipment discovered by an international project co-directed by Boris Gasparyan, Gregory Areshian and Ron Pinhasi.Petrosyan's left foot points toward the wine press, which is designed to drain into a vat that at the time of this photo was not yet excavated.
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The spring sunshine is surprisingly strong, and has been made more so by a recent ozone hole over Britain, allowing high levels of ultraviolet rays to penetrate the atmosphere and burning unprotected fair skin.
Normally the ozone layer in the stratosphere screens out much UV radiation but in springtime pockets of depleted ozone slip out from the Arctic, where a large ozone hole develops over the winter.
Prior to 1997, ozone could only be used for sanitation and purification of bottled drinking water in the U.
S., and it is widely used around the world for this purpose today.