What do water mills, isotopes, and Roman bread have in common?
It took great determination for the first hunter-gathers to set off the agricultural revolution — but the bread helped.
Delicious and nutritious. Would you like a loaf?
One small step for bread, one giant leap for mankind.
They would have needed fewer pieces of lembas if it weren’t for those hungry ‘stinking hobbitses’.
In AD 79, a baker prepared a loaf in the Roman city of Pompeii.