Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics
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Upper society ancient Egyptians ate mostly fruits, grains, & vegetables with extremely little meat (mainly fish). http://t.co/wYRErfRWCf

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A study just published today, confirms that Ancient Egyptians were vegetarians for 4,000 years. Mummy Study Finds Ancient Egypt ..

Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics

A study just published today, confirms that Ancient Egyptians were vegetarians for 4,000 years. Mummy Study Finds Ancient Egypti ..

Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics

A study just published today, confirms that Ancient Egyptians were vegetarians for 4,000 years. Mummy Study Finds Ancient Egypti ..

Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics

A study just published today, confirms that Ancient Egyptians were vegetarians for 4,000 years. Mummy Study Finds Ancient Egypti ..

Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics

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