Iron Age pita found in France

Archaeologists excavating an ancient site in Brebières, northern France, have unearthed a round of carbonized 2,000-year-old unleavened bread. INRAP discovered the Iron Age bread during a preventative excavation of 150 hectares slated for development. The earliest evidence of occupation date to the La Tène culture between 400 and 300 B.C.; the latest to the 2nd …