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35 bottles from the 18th century filled with cherries unearthed by archeologists at George Washington’s Mount Vernon

  • Archaeologists at Mount Vernon excavated 35 glass bottles filled with preserved berries and cherries in George Washington's home during a renovation project. The bottles likely date back 250 years.
  • The discovery at Mount Vernon, including intact 18th-century glass bottles with preserved fruits, was described as spectacular by researchers.
  • The bottles, found in the mansion's cellar, offer a glimpse into historical food preservation practices and have connections to the Revolutionary War era.
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