A stone-ground history regarding bread

HistorianRuby’s ‘Trip to the Museum’ post inspired Jonny from science.casual to write a fascinating article about a ruined Roman watermill in France. Its size suggests that the Barbegal complex had a more industrial purpose, sending flour to the nearest port, rather than for domestic consumption.
I urge you to take a look at science.casual – its science written for the layperson, which is fab for those who like their science of the casual and easy to read variety.
Thanks, Jonny!

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